Egon Eiermann, 1958
Specially designed for the German Pavilion created by Egon Eiermann and Sep Ruf at the World Exhibition in Brussels in 1958 and actually produced in small series, the ES 57 enjoyed great popularity in the following years.
Egon Eiermann, one of the greatest architects of the post-war period, knew how to create an homage to the Bauhaus style with the magnificent ES 57 LED uplighter, which combines great functionality with aesthetically restrained form. In the ES 57 LED floor lamp with floodlight function, the filigree shaft and the ends that are in dialogue merge into a wonderful unit. The light head, which is directed upwards, radiates the light onto the ceiling, from which it is gently but powerfully reflected into the room.
The ceiling spotlight ES 57 by Egon Eiermann is available in the colors white, red, gray and black. In terms of color, TECNOLUMEN was based on the classic colors of USM furniture.
Floor lamp made of chromed metal. Lacquered reflector and base.
Each lamp is numbered consecutively and bears the TECNOLUMEN signet.
Integrated illuminant: LED unit 12.2 W, 1788 Im, 2700 K (the illuminants can only be replaced by TECNOLUMEN)
Without question, he was one of the most important architects of the post-war period. He designed mainly functional buildings. He is well-known for the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church in Berlin, the German Embassy in Washington or the “Lange Eugen”- the parliamentary building in Bonn. Born in 1904 in Berlin, Egon Eiermann’s furniture and lamps have always shared a spot in the design landscape.Learn more about Egon Eiermann