Bauhaus Lamp

3 Replies to “Bauhaus Lamp”

  1. It is hard to believe that this piece was designed before WWII, in a world that was so much different than what came after WWII, yet speaks of our times with such accuracy.

  2. The only thing I can think of is that the base should be pretty solid and have an uneven weight distribution at that end. I don’t want to find the lamp shooting towards me or to the floor while I yank the activation string.

  3. Superfunctional avant-Deco (1924). Why isn’t it called the Wilhelm Wagenfeld lamp? Looks fab with Eileen Gray chrome and glass aesthetic. [This image looks inexact … is it a Technolumen?]

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