Ceiling lamp by Eckart Muthesius by ZEITLOS – BERLIN
Ceiling lamp by Eckart Muthesius
Style: German Modernism
Material: silver-plated brass, opal glass
Dimension: h.: 44 cm, diameter: 60,5 cm
Description: The lamp we offer here was purchased in the early 90s by a Berlin art dealer from the estate of the legendary Berlin architect Eckart Muthesius. Eckart Muthesius was the son of the Berlin architect Hermann Muthesius and the concert singer Anna Muthesius. He studied first at the United State School of Fine and Applied Arts in Berlin-Charlottenburg and then at the Regent Polytechnic in London. There he met in 1929 in Oxford, Shiri Jeshwan Rao Holkar Bahadur, the Maharajah of Indore. This commissioned promising young architects to build and furnish his palace Manik Bagh in the capital Indore. Besides his own designs, Eckart Muthesius used for the interior design furniture by Eileen Gray, Le Corbusier, Jacques Emile Ruhlmann, Louis Sognot and Charlotte Perriand. The building became worldwide renowned for its sophisticated classical modern luxury.
ZEITLOS – BERLIN offers original Bauhaus, Art Deco, Streamline and Mid-Century wall-, ceiling- and floor-lamps.
These lamps are partly in their original states or will be restored expertly. They are technically controlled and the electronics are brought up to date, if required Thereby, the surfaces get renewed or worked off in detail in the style of the age of origin. As a result they are fully functioning and suitable for the daily use.
These Icons were manufactured amongst others by the renowned companies of the modernism, like Sistrah, Kandem, Kaiser Idell, Midgard, Schwintzer, W.M.F., Poulsen, Gräff and Bünte & Remmler by drafts of Marianne Brandt, Eckart Muthesius, Christian Dell, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Poul Hennigsen, Eilleen Gray, Breuhaus de Groot, Otto Müller, Bouquet and Karl Trabert.
Each lamp from ZEITLOS – BERLIN is therefore an unmistakable one-of-a-kind.
Product group: Suspended lights General lighting Pendant lights in brass Pendant lights in metal
Designer: Eckart Muthesius