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W24 Style Globe Lamp - White

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W24 Style Globe Lamp - White

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The elegant design and quality craftsmanship of Wagenfeld's WG24 Style Table Lamp gives it a timeless aesthetic that works with any style interior. The lamp is a modernist celebration of function and form. The rounded shade is made from opalescent glass, which creates a glowing, diffused light. The stem is crafted from cylindrical stainless steel and is polished to reflect the light, while the base is a circle of thick glass. These geometric elements create a distinctive, effortless style reflecting the early modernist design principles. We recommend placing a pair of lamps either side of Josef Hoffmann's Kubus Sofa for a refined, atmospheric look.

W24 Style Globe Lamp
W24 Style Globe Lamp

Designed as per the original

The Designer Editions style Wagenfeld WG24 Table Lamp gets its name from the year of its design, 1924. Wagenfield was a student at Bauhaus in Germany, and the school's signature industrial style and minimalist design principles have unmistakably influenced the design. This has led to its nickname, the 'Bauhaus lamp'. The lamp's prototype was called the WA24 Lamp and had a chromed metal base, rather than the glass base of the WG24. At the time, the design was minimalist to the point of being revolutionary. Over the years, the lamp's popularity went from strength to strength, and in 1982 it received the German Design Council' national prize for 'good form',


W24 Style Globe Lamp
  • Material: Shade, White Opaque Glass
  • Base: Chrome / Glass
  • Wattage: E27 1* 60W
  • Bulb Inc: No
  • Assembly: No Assembly Required
  • Instructions: Included
  • Look: Bauhaus
  • Warranty: 2 Years
  • Dimension: Diameter Φ18cm * Height 36cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 36cm, Depth 25cm, Height 46cm
  • CBM: 0.046 Weight: 3kg
Inspired By

Wilhelm Wagenfeld

Born in the northern German city of Bremen in 1900, Wilhelm Wagenfeld was an important German industrial designer who designed numerous glass and metal work that are still produced to this day. As a young boy Wagenfeld studied drawing at the Bremen Boys School before starting his adult life as an apprentice in the silverware factory belonging to Koch & Bergfeld. Wagenfeld was part of the legendary Metropolitan Museum’s Exhibition of Contemporary Industrial Art in 1930 which had a major influence on the development of American design. Throughout his lifetime he was able to create several glass and metal works that made everyday life easier he believed that everyday household objects should be "cheap enough for the worker and good enough for the rich." but he is best remembered for the iconic steel WA24, also known as the Bauhaus Lamp. Wilhelm Wagenfeld is one of the most important and influential of all German industrial designers.

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