From 1924, lamp design was a special field of interest at the Bauhaus, led by Brandt. This dark green enamelled desk lamp with a cast iron base was designed by Brandt in 1928 with the help of Hin Bredendieck. It was manufactured by a Liepzig-based company, Kandem, which mass-produced interior lighting. Brandt organized the cooperation between Bauhaus and Kandem, which encouraged Bauhaus artists to take the step from manual production of unique pieces to industrially-made consumer products. Kandem sold 50,000 lamps in just a few years. Its designs, especially those by Brandt, became milestones in design history.
Medium: Enameled Metal
173/4 × 71/8 × 153/4 IN