This is a highly expressive light fixture. Owing to its elaborate design and intensive use of materials, this explosion-proof, splash-proof light was only ever produced in small quantities. It was mainly used by the East German railways. The metal cylinder consists of solid die-cast aluminium and contains the fluorescent lamp ballast. The parallel, thick-walled tubes made out of safety glass provide the connection with the aluminium cover plates. The two easily replaceable standard fluorescent tubes ensure bright illumination. These lights are also suitable for outdoor use. Note that the original orange paintwork shows traces of wear.
This set of four stacked model KD27 table lamps was designed by Joe Colombo for Kartell in the 1960s. The lamps feature black plastic bases with white plexiglas shades. The dimensions given below are for each lamp, which are stacked on top of each other in the images.
Diese emaillierte ´Pferd und Reiter´ Schale wurde in den 1950ern von Bruno Gambone entworfen und ebenfalls in den 1950ern in Italien hergestellt. Es handelt sich um eine kleine rote emaillierte Messingschale mit einem primitiven Pferd-und-Reiter-Design und der Signatur des Designers auf der Rückseite. Die Schale befindet sich in ausgezeichnetem Vintage Zustand.
Bryan Cantley’s architectural sketches prompt viewers to question not only what they’re looking at, but when and where. In 1992, West Virginia native Bryan Cantley established Form: uLA , an experimental architecture, design, and graphic communication studio just outside of L.A. Since then, the practice (whose work is included in the permanent collection of the SF MoMA) has explored the boundaries of architecture, representation, and the role of drawing within the discourse of visionary space, bringing the association between architecture and the culture of technology into sharper focus. As Cantley explains, Form:uLA’s architecture has the “potential to exist in many places, or rather ANY place, at any given time. It is both site-less and of many sites.” Cantley’s design approach and many of his drawings—such as this one—incorporate the philosophy of Mechudzu —literally; a combination of “mechanical” and “Kudzu;” referring to a Japanese vine capable of growing on any surface, regardless of horizon relations. Drawing from architecture, graphic and industrial design, music theory, and applications of kinesiology, Cantley merges these elements into instances of undefined time and place.
Table lamp with a brass base and a glass top in purple and white, produced in Italy by Venini.
Entworfen und hergestellt wurde dieser Teppich während der 1950er in Marokko. Er wurde von Berbern aus Wolle handgefertigt. Der Teppich befindet sich in einem guten Vintage Zustand.
This vintage hexagonal burl elm mirror is party lacquered black and was designed by Jean-Claude Mahey and manufactured by Romeo in the 1970s.
Petitfourschale (2-teilig) der Marke Leonardo, Maße: Breite: 16 cm Höhe: 26 cm Tiefe: 16 cm, Farbe: Klar, Material: Klarglas, Versandart: Paketdienst, der Versand ist kostenlos. Dieses und viele weitere Leonardo Produkte finden Sie bei Home24.de, Ihrem Partner für Möbel, Einrichten und Wohnaccessoires. Andere Kunden suchten auch nach öbel
This mirror was produced in Italy during the 1970s and was acquired from the first owner in 1978, also in Italy. The frame is made from curved glass and has no cracks or fissures. The mirror is clean and ready to use.
- Woollen rug based on a design by twentieth century artist Paul Klee- Manufactured by Ege Axminster A/S., Denmark in the 1970s/80s- Design number 80535- The design is entitled ´Florentinisches Villenviertel´ from 1926- Not recently cleaned