Wilhelm Wagenfeld, 1928
Wilhelm Wagenfeld created these floor and table lamps with fabric shades during his time at the Bauhaus School. The aesthetic similarity to the table lamps created at the Bauhaus reveals Wagenfeld’s constant experimentation and his search for the final design that is often found before the actual end of the development.
While the lamp originally featured a Cellon shade, the material is no longer permitted for safety reasons, and so our contemporary model is made with a heat-resistant synthetic shade that is covered with fabric.
Table lamp made of nickel-plated metal, glass shaft, glass base and cardboard shade with conical bottom shade.
Each lamp is numbered consecutively and bears the TECNOLUMEN signet.
Recommended illuminant: LED lamp 7 W, matt
Wilhelm Wagenfeld was one of the most influential pioneers of modern product design in Germany. He became the only student from the Weimar Bauhaus to make a successful transition to major industrial companies, achieving his goal of giving all citizens access to sophisticated, contemporary and affordable industrial products.Learn more about Wilhelm Wagenfeld