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Christiain Dell Design Manufacturer Kaiser Idell, Bauhaus Table Lamp c.1930's

1930's Christiain Dell Design Manufacturer Kaiser Idell, Bauhaus Desk Lamp

£340.00 Regular Price
£240.00Sale Price

Introduce a piece of timeless design with this 1930's Christian Dell Lighting Design and Bauhaus influenced modernist black desk lamp. The sleek and minimalist silhouette showcases the iconic Bauhaus style, with a sharp geometric form and a bold use of black. The lamp features a flexibly adjustable arm and shade, allowing for just the right lighting for any workspace. Crafted with precision and functionality in mind, this lamp is a perfect blend of form and function. Add a touch of sophistication to your home or office with this vintage piece.

 

About the designer.

Christian Dell was born in Offenbach am Main in Hesse. From 1907 to 1911 he completed the silver forging studies at the academy. In 1912-13 he studied at the Saxon college of arts and crafts in Weimar. From 1922 to 1925 he worked as a foreman of the metal workshop at the Bauhaus in Weimar. In 1926 he changed to the Frankfurt art school (Städelschule). The Nazi Party did not allow him to stay there in 1933, but Walter Gropius offered him a job in the United States. However, Dell decided to remain in Germany.

 

After World War II, Dell manufactured silver goods and opened a jewellery shop in Wiesbaden in 1948, which he operated until 1955. He died in Wiesbaden in 1974.

Beginning in 1926 Dell sketched lights, at first for the New Frankfurt-project. As an early industrial designer and pioneer of plastic design, Dell used bakelite and aminoplastics as materials for his works for Molitor-Zweckleuchten in 1929–30. Well known are the lights for the lamp factory Gebr. Kaiser & Co. in Neheim Hüsten beginning in 1933–34, which were produced in large quantities. The Kaiser Idell brand and production of lamps are owned by the Danish design company Fritz Hansen.

SKU: 00007
  • Height 40 cm,  Depth 15 cm,  Width 10 cm,   Weight 1 Kg

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