J.T.Kalmar Design Team, Garth Roberts, Nicolo Taliani
Fliegenbein Table Lamp
Fliegenbein TL translates Julius T. Kalmar’s 1957 floor lamp of the same name for a table environment. Like the original, the smaller product features two bent metal tubes merging into a single shaft. A pleated silken shade suspends near the top of this steel column, which is painstakingly finished in light and dark gray or brown matte lacquers. Fliegenbein is a versatile addition to both modern and transitional interior environments, and the three available colorways adapt the composition for industrial or organic design schemes
Fliegenbein Floor Lamp
The floor lamp Fliegenbein gets its name from its base, which resembles the legs of a housefly. This freestanding armature comprises two bent metal tubes that merge into a single shaft; a silken shade is suspended near the top of the dark, matte-finished column. The pleated shade injects volume and texture into the composition, as the base itself possesses a visual lightweightness and geometric elegance belying its strength. The pairing of contrasts makes Fliegenbein a complement to any modern living environment. Features Kalmar Werkstätten’s signature wheat-colored electrical cord merges seamlessly into one of Fliegenbein legs.
Fliegenbein SL Standing Lamp
The Fliegenbein SL Standing Lamp is the most recent addition to the Fliegenbein family, expanding the character and functional applications of the range. The new luminaire revises the proportions of the original Fliegenbein BL, with a truncated overall height and an elongated shade. The effect is of a lantern: the design’s signature bent legs now peek out from under a silken pleated expanse that emits intimate, diffuse light. By pairing a modest size with bold visual gesture, Fliegenbein SL makes an inviting companion to an armchair or lounge. Its tubular steel may be finished in light and dark gray or brown matte lacquer, and the electrical cord is wheat-colored.
This product is compatible with lamps belonging to energy classes: A++,A+,A,B,C,D,E
Energy classes on a scale of A++ (highest efficiency) to E (lowest efficiency).
Designer: J.T. Kalmar Design Team Garth Roberts Nicolo Taliani
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