|Designer||Prof. Wilhelm Wagenfeld|
|Material||opal glass, nickel metal|
|Colour||opal white, nickel satin-finished|
|Light bulb||1 x 60 W|
|Height (in cm)||28|
|Other measurements||lampshade diameter 7 cm, base diameter 9.8 cm|
|Operating voltage in volts||230|
|Supply voltage in volts||230|
|Certifications & ratings||VDE|
|Energy efficiency class||A++|
The original Wagenfeld multipurpose light - quality made in Germany
Only the manufacturer TECNOLUMEN produces the Wagenfeld lamps on the basis of original templates. These re-editions were authorised by Professor Wilhelm Wagenfeld and the templates comply with every detail. Their authenticity is verifiable, based on the characteristic features of this lighting product.
The cylindrical light head, which is made of opal glass and surrounded by a frame made of nickel-plated metal is one of the salient features of the Wagenfeld multipurpose lamps. This frame is equipped with two joints, which characterise the use of this product as multipurpose light, because "night table lamp that is also usable as wall light" was the original designation by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1930.
The Wagenfeld multipurpose lamp is more than a lighting product. It is a lamp with which a period of German history is integrated in the space in which it is located.
Created in the heart of German art - the Wagenfeld multipurpose lamp
The history of Wagenfeld multipurpose lamp plays in the State Bauhaus in Weimar, the College of Design during the Weimar Republic. Here came the leading contemporary artists together and there were countless masterpieces, which are now undisputed classics of the modern age under the term Bauhaus design. Its distinctive mark is the shape, which always follows the purpose, the material properties and the production method.
The Wagenfeld multipurpose lamp is one of the masterpieces in the memory of Wilhelm Wagenfeld, who established himself in his long career with many other roles also as a tutor and Director of various metal and glass workshops, as well as Professor at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin.
The company TECNOLUMEN - Programme with heart
The company TECNOLUMEN is based entirely on the Bauhaus-style: Their first product was the Wagenfeld table lamp in 1979. In addition to Wilhelm Wagenfeld’s models, TECNOLUMEN integrated even more design classics of Bauhaus in their program; from Marianne Brandt to the designs of other designers such as Walter Schnepel. Art Deco and De Stijl are also shaping the program of this manufacturer.
Instructions for use: It is recommended not to use clear glass bulbs as they could produce shadows on the opal glass.
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