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Wagenfeld table lamp, metal

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This table lamp is the first model of the then twenty-four-year-old Wilhelm Wagenfeld at the Weimar Bauhaus. In 1923 he was admitted to the Bauhaus workshops as a journeyman, thus solving a challenge posed by Moholy-Nagy. The timeless table lamp with the hemispherical glass bell, also known as the "Wagenfeld or Bauhaus lamp", is still one of Wagenfeld's best-known designs. With its reduced form, the Bauhaus lamp is now considered one of the most famous objects of early industrial design, although it was actually still handcrafted in workshops.

As an authorized manufacturer, Tecnolumen manufactures these objects according to the original designs. All luminaires are numbered consecutively under the footplate and carry the Bauhaus and Tecnolumen signs.

Table lamp WA 24 with chromed metal base and metal column
Material: nickel-plated metal, opaline glass
Diameter foot: 16 cm
Diameter lampshade: 18 cm
Height: 36 cm
Bulb: socket E27, max. 75W

Article No. 9152

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Bauhaus Store Weimar
The legendary design school, the Bauhaus, was founded in 1919 in Weimar. Architects and artists such as Gropius, Feininger, Klee, Itten and many more were there from the beginning and shaped a then revolutionary understanding of new architecture, design and art in all fields.

Today, the Bauhaus is part of 11 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Weimar. The Klassik Stiftung Weimar owns the oldest collection of Bauhaus exhibits worldwide - and a new Bauhaus Museum is currently being built in Weimar, which will open its doors in spring 2019 for its 100th anniversary.

As a subsidiary company of Klassik Stiftung Weimar, we operate our own Bauhaus Store in a central location at the Weimar market place. An we look forward to the opening of the new museum, which of course will also receive an inspiring Museumshop.
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