Glasgow floor lamp

Free-standing lights from Woka, Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Product description

glass-ø: 25 cm (9.84 inch)
Height: 185 cm (72.83 inch)
Width: 418 cm (164.57 inch)
Weight: 30 kg
max: 100

Brass patinated, other finishes are possible


Originally designed as a street lamp for the "Glasgow School of Art", this lamp shows the great Viennese influence, as Mackintosh exhibited 1900 together with his wife Margaret MacDonald at the Viennese Secession, curated by Josef Hoffmann, were the "New Style" first was presented and were he received international recognition. With this lamp, he was given up the floral touch known from his earlier works and he followed the clear and cubistic line for which JOSEF HOFFMANN was known> see the first cubistic sculpture, Hoffmann designed in 1902!

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Part of the collection FLOOR LAMPS.
Manufacturer Woka
Family Mackintosh
Architonic ID 1227482
Order number 21321
Year of Launch 1902

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You can never have enough of a good thing, so they say. But lovers of iconic lamps from the early 20th century were for decades deprived of the possibility of owning some of the most striking luminary pieces by the Wiener Werkstätte and the Bauhaus,

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