The first remarkable KAISER idell lamp has been designed by the German silversmith Christian Dell in the beginning of the 1930s, embodying the essentially: the style of the Bauhaus movement in that time. Now, about 80 years later it is also available as matt floor lamp. The 6556-F floor lamp is characterized by its formally closeness and it bribes by the low number of basic construction elements at the same time. The straight-lined, matt, asymmetric reflector shade out of high quality steel-sheet is form-distinctive. The clever shape of the reflector connected with the optimally lamp position and the interior lacquery enables a technically well-developed light directing.
Connected on top of the reflector is the socked, which is embossed with “ORIGINAL KAISERidel”. Huge flexibility and versability is enabled by the very thought but still simple joints.
The superior ball joint which connects the reflector with the lamp’s arm was only available at Kaiser-lamps of the idell series then. With it, that makes up another essential recognition piece of absolute originality.