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DSL23 Bauhaus Floor lamp
Tecnolumen >
Richard Döcker >
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DSL 23
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Interior lighting-Free-standing lights >
Interior lighting-Free-standing lights >

Product description

The original design of the luminaire DSL 23 goes back to a design by Prof. Richard Döcker from the years 1923 - 1926. Döcker took over the chairmanship of the Association of German Architects from 1945 and became a short time later professor of urban planning at the Technical University of Stuttgart. The height-adjustable floor lamp DSL 23 attracts the attention of its observers with an equally elegant, stylish and functional design language. In the center of the perception, in addition to the nickel-plated structure, there is a round hand-blown shade made of precious opal glass. Through his free-hanging design, he represents the poetic grace of a luminous full moon. With its reduced design, the Tecnolumen floor lamp is representative of the design language of the Bremen Nobel luminaire manufacturer. It can be used in both modern and classically elegant furnishing styles, and provides befitting illumination of high-quality interiors. The diffused luminous opal glass shade has a diameter of 35 cm. The total height of the Tecnolumen BAUHAUS floor lamp DSL 23 with nickel-plated metal structure amounts to 160 cm to 200 cm depending on your wishes.

Info: Adjustable floor lamp with opaque glass globe (Diameter 350 mm)
Material: Metal nickel plated and opaque glass
Socket: E 27, max. 100 W

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