|Material||nickel-plated metal, opal glass|
|Colour||nickel, opal white|
|Light bulb||1 x 75 W|
|Height (in cm)||25.5|
|Diameter (in cm)||13|
|Operating voltage in volts||230|
|Supply voltage in volts||230|
|Energy efficiency class||A++|
The height of functionality and purism - the ceiling light by Marianne Brandt from 1928-29
With its components, this ceiling light designed by Marianne Brandt in 1928-29 corresponds to the Bauhaus style. This style comes from the eponymous 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.
To verify the authenticity of this lighting product, produced on the basis of original templates, this ceiling light has been consecutively numbered and bears the TECNOLUMEN/BAUHAUS stamp.
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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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