Midgard typ 113 limited edition

 2.790,00 incl. VAT

All parts of this Bauhaus model are manufactured in Germany and assembled in Hamburg.

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Description

MIDGARD typ 113

Deze Midgard is een handgemaakt meesterwerk.
All parts of this fixture are manufactured to this day with the original tools and machines in Germany.

Voor de productie & buigen van de pijpen is er een samenwerking met het wereldberoemde merk THONET, een pionier in de meubelgeschiedenis.

Door de gebogen arm en de beweegbare kap kan de gebruiker de lamp naar zich toe trekken en de kop draaien. Hierdoor kan in iedere gewenste hoek licht schijnen op een specifieke plek.

Er zijn 5 rotatiepunten voor optimale flexibiliteit. Twee bij de klem, twee bij de kop en één bij de kap.


Midgard specificatie (421 downloads )

Hight: 90 cm
Zwart geëmailleerde kap met diameter van 20 cm
Standaard worden deze modellen geleverd met 1,5 meter zwart snoer.
Bakelieten sleutelschakelaar op de kap.
Bakelieten fitting: E27
Lengte kabel 1,5 mtr


Van de ontwerper Curt Fischer (1890 ? 1956) wordt aangenomen dat hij de eerste designer was van verstelbare verlichting. Tevens is hij de oprichter van het bedrijf Midgard.

His first designs date from 1919, so even before the mythical Lampe GRAS luminaires from France.
The first Midgard units appear at the machines of Ronneberger & Fischer and in its factories in Auma (Thuringe, Germany). The first lamps were really commercialized in 1922. The lamps were then marketed under the name Midgard. His designs such as the scissor lamp, for example, set the tone for a series of high-quality, robust and aesthetically beautiful work lamps that came into their own in rough factory buildings as well as in an office. Thanks to many different mounting systems, the lamps could be used on metalworking machines, in sewing workshops, at architects' drawing tables and in offices. While the basis of the model remained the same, an adapted foot could be chosen, depending on the working environment.
The lamps were very successful and were even used in the workshops of the prestigious Bauhaus school . The director at the time (1923-1925), Walter Gropius was a big fan of this model (source: 1000 Lights)

?We later envied the inventors of the Midgard lamp?s arm. Our lamps were adjustable too, but they simply weren?t as elegant.?

Marianne Brandt, Bauhaus Artist

Additional information

Model

Vrijstaand model, klemlamp, met tafel adapter

Color

Zwart, Wit

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