Timeless table lamp in Bauhaus design
Designed in 1931 by the German silversmith Christian Dell, the KAISER Idell table lamp 6556-T essentially embodies the style of the Bauhaus movement of the time. With its timeless design, it cuts a fine figure in any setting - whether on the desk in the office, as a bedside lamp or on the side table in the living room.The lamp is characterised by its formal unity and at the same time impresses with only a few basic construction elements. The ingenious shape of the reflector in conjunction with the optimal lamp position and the white interior paint allows a technically sophisticated light control.
New edition of the original from the 1930s
Attached to the reflector above is the lampholder dome, which is embossed with the words "ORIGINAL KAISERidell". The joints, which are extremely well thought-out in their function, very independent, yet simply designed, allow the greatest possible flexibility and variability during use.
The upper tilt joint has a shapely screw-on clamp, which is robust but still appears filigree. The lower tilting joint is concealed in the base of the table lamp. The harmoniously shaped lamp arm visually takes up the silhouette of the reflector shade.
Made of sheet steel and available in various colours.