Tecnolumen - HL99 Bauhaus Pendant Lamp with Opal Sphere

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Already before 1900, an unknown designer created this pendant lamp made of a chromed tube with an opal sphere as one of the first designs for lamps with electric light bulbs . Many architects, for example Peter Behrens, Adolf Loos or Josef Hoffmann used them for interior decoration.

In Bauhaus there were similar designs by Marianne Brandt and Hans Przyrembel. In the 20s and 30s, these lamps were produced in large numbers and were used particularly in schools and offices.

The HL99 suspension with opal sphere is available in five sizes: with smaller and larger opal spheres. The chrome-plated tube is 1m long, but can be shortened by sawing since the bar is attached without a screw thread.

Conventional E27 light bulbs can be used (max. 60-100W) for illumination, but light bulbs with a diffusor size of at least 30 cm or EVG fluorescent lamps are also compatible.

Please note that modified products cannot be returned. We will gladly advise you on individual solutions and additional versions of the lamp.

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Item no.112246
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Safety classI
Protection classIP 20
DimmableVia external dimmer
This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classesA++ to E
Detailsmodification of the suspension length available at extra charge
Materialchrome-plated metal, opal-coated glass
DimensionsHeight: 140 cm, Diameter: 40 cm
Weight4.9 kg (without packaging)
Canopy includedNo
Suspension length100 cm
Illuminant includedNo
Maximum power100 Watt
Please noteinformation on disposal
CategoryPendant luminaires
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