BST23 Bauhaus Floor lamp

Free-standing lights from Tecnolumen, Designed by Gyula Pap

Product description

This floor lamp, was designed in
1923 by the Hungarian Gyula Pap at the
metal workshop of the Staatlichen Bauhaus
in Weimar. One lamp mode in this
workshop was found in the „Haus am
Horn“, the famous Bauhaus model home.
The reproduction is faithful to the original,
following Gyula Pap’s specifications.
This floor lamp was featured in 1925 in the
Bauhaus Book No. 7, „Neue Arbeiten der
Bauhauswerkstätten“ (New Creations of
the Bauhaus Workshops). The glass plate
is connected by a nickel-plated tubular
unit to a lacquered black iron base plate.
The bulb is semi-silvered. Pap created
this lamp specifically for this type of bulb,
which had just been invented at that time.

Material: Lacquered black iron, nickel plated brass, frosted glass plate
Socket: E 27, max. 75 W

More about this product

Part of the collection FLOOR LAMPS.
Manufacturer Tecnolumen
Family Bauhaus
Architonic ID 1005529
Order number BST 23
Year of Launch 1923

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