Diese Stehlampe wurde in den 1950ern in Schweden entworfen und hergestellt. Sie besitzt einen Fuß aus Messing, einen Buchenständer und zwei Lichter mit Stoffschirmen. In sehr gutem Vintage Zustand.
This rare floor lamp was produced by ASEA in Sweden ca. in the 1950s. It is made from chrome and black metal and is adjustable.
This lamp was designed by the Catalonian Miguel Milà in 1962. He is one of the most important modern designers from Barcelona. The lamp features a black and chromed metal structure and a plastic shade.
This Cedric Hartman reading floor lamp is an early version, most likely dating from the end of the 1960s to the early 1970s. The lamps are crafted from solid brass with acrylic parts. The base is signed and numbered.
This mid-century French floor lamp from Maison Arlus has tripod feet with a black painted metal structure, brass details, and three opaline glass shades.
This mid-century floor lamp was manufactured by Maison Arlus in France during the 1950s. The lamp has a double-stem brass structure combined with a black-lacquered wooden bar and feet. The diffusers are opalescent glass.
This mid-century floor lamp was designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson in Markaryd, Sweden.
Die dreiflammige Stehleuchte Dimple besteht aus drei zylinderförmigen Leuchtenschirmen, die in einem besonderen Kaltmodellierungsverfahren bearbeitet und mit Lochungen versehen wurden und dadurch zum einzigartigen, dreidimensionalen, lichtreflektierenden und auffälligen Blickfang im Raum werden. Bestückbar mit LED-Lampen mit Sockel E27 - maximal 8 W (nicht enthalten). Zur Anpassung der Helligkeit an jede Situation ist die Stehleuchte mit einem Dimmer ausgestattet. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++
This industrial Hala floor lamp was designed by H. Busquet in the 1950s. It is made from iron, chromium, and aluminum. The lamp features a tripod base that is adjustable from 123cm to 184 cm, a switch on the side of the shade and a Hala Zeist mark on the shade. The shade can be adjusted by a flexible arm. The lamp has been cleaned and polished and the wiring has been checked by a qualified electrician. The diameter of the shade is 14.5 cm and the base is 41 cm wide.
Floor lamp from Arredoluce, Italy, with three articulating arms with counterweights in metallic red, blue, and green, attached to a main central stem and a marble base. Each arm can be adjusted by a brass ball joint connected to the main central stem. The lamp offers a wide array of lighting options. This vintage piece is in a completely original condition, unrestored with some scratches on the shades and counterweights, with patina, and original enamel. The lamp is in an excellent working...
Stehlampe von Gaetano Sciolari, Italien 1960er Jahre. Für diesen Designer typische Mischung aus Chrom-, Messing- und Eisglasstücken. Mit Fußschalter verdrahtet.
This floor lamp, model Terra, is made of a nice green lacquered metal and anodized aluminium. The Sintesi line was designed in the early 1970s and consist of different models of table lamps, wall lamps, and floor lamps. Italian designer Ernesto Gismondi has been a lightning designer for Artemide since the early 1960s. Next to Ettore Sotsass, Gismondi played an important role in the Memphis movement. He was a designer, CEO, and financier of the avant garde movement that brought about a profound...
- Floor lamp by Austrian designer J.T. Kalmar, Vienna - Composed of a clear glass and textured brass - In a very good condition with working lights
- Floor lamp by the designer Tronconi for Vistosi - Made of white opaline blown Murano glass
A floor lamp designed by Greta Magnusson Grossman in Sweden, circa 1947. It is in good original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use and preserving a patina. Greta Magnusson-Grossman (July 21, 1906 – August 1999) was a Swedish furniture designer, interior designer, and architect. She was one of the few female designers to gain prominence during the mid-20th century architectural scene in Los Angeles. Her early exposure to European Modernism deeply influenced her later...
This is a model B.T.4 floor lamp made of lacquered wood, steel, and Plexiglas. It was designed by Group Designer A.R.D.I.T.I., and Gianni Gamberini for Sormani in 1971. The manufacturer´s label is on the base.
This 1970s brutalist floor lamp is made of a heavy, hand-forged iron chain. The chain floor lamp is reminiscent to the works of Meta Memphis designer Franz West.
Large adjustable mid-century floor lamp designed by the Swiss/US designer and architect Otto Kolb. The height of the lamp can be adjusted using the iron ball on the base.