Tecta L61 Saturn Table Lamp
The famous preliminary course taught by Walter Gropius and Josef Albers, a basic training lasting around one year that allowed students to experiment freely with colours, shapes and materials, was an essential part of the Bauhaus apprenticeship.
Josef Albers (1888-1976) already displayed an extraordinary artistic talent at a young age, so that Walter Gropius appointed him as a junior master even before his final apprenticeship exam. From surface to space – this experimental approach later became one of the key assignments in Joseph Albers’ Bauhaus preliminary course.
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Materials Chromed steel, crystal glass foot, fabric-coated cord
Socket: E27, mirrored bulb 60 W
- Size Description
Diameter 24 cm, Height 40 cm