Key facts

Product:
midgard modular | TYP 559 | office adapter | 40 x 30
Family:
midgard modular
Manufacturer:
Midgard Licht >
Designer:
Curt Fischer >
Architonic ID:
20100261
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2019
Manufacturer groups :
Interior lighting-Table lights >
Groups:
Interior lighting-Table lights >

Product description

Midgard modular is a freely configurable lighting system, consisting of table, wall, ceiling and floor lamps. Different arm lengths, five lampshades and a choice of joint and lamp colours allow endless configurations, according to individual needs.

First arm selectable in 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 cm
Second arm selectable in 20 / 30 / 40 cm

Product Description
TYP 559 | office adapater | 40 x 30: black
lampshade (3307-1, rotatable): black
joint colour: schwarz
first arm: 40 cm
second arm: 30 cm
officer adapter: for various office desk systems or custom
manual rotary switch at dome: black bakelite

The lamp is suitable for LED.

We recommend E27 retrofit LED with 2700-3500k and between
6 and 10w (equals 40-60w)
do not use classic or halogen light bulbs with more than 60w
220-240v ~ 50/60hz, appliance class: I

Standard in black, white and grey available.
Other RAL colours upon request in small order quantities available.

Made in Germany.

Product variants

Product family

Concept

Midgard modular is based on the well-known TYP 113 lamp, with which, among others, the many spaces in the Bauhaus have been equipped.

Leaded by Curt Fischer, Midgard developed this modular draft during the 1920s into a lighting system to answer all needs of lighting within private and public life.

Midgard modular is a freely configurable lighting system, consisting of table, wall, ceiling and floor lamps. Different arm lengths, five lampshades and a choice of joint and lamp colours allow endless configurations, according to individual needs.

The lamps and all their parts are produced in germany, using the original tools and techniques. A special feature are the maintenance-free joints - thanks to the patented two-screw solution of Curt Fischer.

Listed here only a few pre-configured modular samples. On midgard.com you will find a 3D configurator which shows all possible variants.