|Designer||Holland um 1930|
|Colour||chrome, white, black|
|Light bulb||1 x 60 W|
|Length (in cm)||36|
|Width (in cm)||20|
|Height (in cm)||11|
|Other measurements||base diameter 12 cm|
|Operating voltage in volts||230|
|Supply voltage in volts||230|
|Energy efficiency class||A++|
Visual aesthetics combined with acoustic aesthetics - the piano lamp in De Stijl style
- Ideas from the Netherlands, quality made in Germany - -
This table lamp was designed in 1928 in the Netherlands by followers of the De Stijl style. The Dutch style, De Stijl from 1917 is closely related to the principles of the Bauhaus and prefers a purist, i.e. simple representation in art and architecture. Thus, the De Stijl models achieve special aesthetics.
The frame is made of chrome-plated metal. Two elements balance each other at a linear joint: a ball on the one side and the asymmetrically arranged light on the other. Although these aesthetics alone are awe-inspiring, this lamp was has a very functional designed and is suitable today, as in the year 1928 as a splendid piano lamp.
This table lamp comes with consecutive numbering and TECNOLUMEN stamp for verification of unique quality.
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.
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