Marianne Brandt, 1926
When this lamp was designed by Marianne Brandt back in 1928, it proved so popular that it was approved for mass production. This classically unassuming Bauhaus lamp is available in four sizes. We also offer an alternative model with a mount and chain made of polished and varnished brass.
A variation of the DMB 26 luminaire is this model with three chains instead of the metal rods.
Ceiling lamp made of nickel-plated metal or polished and zaponiert brass, overlaid glass opal.
Available in the following ball diameters: 250 or 300 or 350 or 400 mm.
Net weight: 2.7 kg (Ø 250mm), 4.1 kg (Ø 300mm), 4.4 kg (Ø 350mm), 7.0 kg (Ø 400mm)
Each lamp is numbered consecutively and bears the TECNOLUMEN / BAUHAUS logo.
Recommended illuminant: LED lamp 8 W, matt
Marianne Brandt’s unique talent was soon picked up by László Moholy-Nagy. Inspired by him, Brandt undertook her studies in the male-dominated field of metalworking, where she was more successful than many of her classmates.Learn more about Marianne Brandt