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The K831 directional pendant follows a rare draft of a 1930s light produced by iconic Bauhaus-era light manufacturer Kandem Leuchten and is in the tradition and respect to the the materials and processes of the time. This re-edition was initiated and designed by David Einsiedler & Joke Rasch in 2014.
The swivelling shade and subtle switch on the pendant allows the user to direct the light where needed. All parts are made in Germany and the lamp is manually assembled in Hamburg.
- Midgard, Germany c.2014
- Made in Germany
- Spun aluminum shade. Fabric covered cord. Porcelain socket.
- Diameter 7"
- Height 9.4"
- Canopy 5.5" black painted steel
- E26 Bulb, 60w max.
Midgard was founded in Germany in 1919 by the engineer Curt Fischer and is still manufacturing lights in Germany today. Midgard constructed the first articulated "steering lamps" - a major innovation at the beginning of the 20th century and why Curt Fischer is considered the inventor of tract lighting.
Fischer supplied Midgard lamps to the original Bauhaus school where they could be found at the desks of Gropius, Wagenfeld, Brandt, Stoelzl as well as in the Bauhaus apartments.
AVG (Average) is the balance between design and function. The name closely reflects our philosophy; to source everyday, useful products from around the world that serve a meaningful purpose in our customers lives, while adding to the overall beauty of their daily life.
Founded by designer Chris Hanz with Morgan Maisano in 2016, today in addition to the online store you can find the Average showroom on West Queen West in Toronto.
The collection is hand-picked by the founders and includes unique handmade pieces and mass produced items and can range in form between apparel to furniture, but maintains a common thread of timeless items designed with honesty, thought and integrity.
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DEC 25, 2021 to FEB 2, 2022
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