Wall lamp adjustable
For flood-lighting wall or ceiling.
Either of polished, coated stainless steel or – in the case of white lamps – white powder-coated 1-1.2 mm-thick steel plate, with really clean finish. All models have in common that the light can be variably distributed between the upper and lower openings. The white lamps are barely visible in front of a white wall. Design by Wilhelm Braun-Feldweg.
Lighting for Living Areas and Museum Exhibitions. Mawa Design.
Mawa Design was founded in 1977 by Martin Wallroth in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Wallroth initially developed and produced objects for the living area and often played a pioneering role for formative ideas in product design. In the 1980s, he began fruitful collaborations with external designers excelling at bringing product ideas quickly to commercial viability thanks to the company’s flexible structure. While diligently producing the various serial models, Mawa customized a selection of products to different specifications: Luminaires for the master houses at the Bauhaus Dessau, the home of Corbusier, the University of the Arts and the Maxim Gorki Theatre in Berlin, the Treptow Crematorium and the Luther House in Wittenberg were among them. And last but not least, museums worldwide present Mawa luminaires, renowned for high-quality materials and unsurpassed technical implementation, as parts of their collections.
Combining Manufacture Skills and High-Technology Knowledge.
Mawa luminaires have always been at the cutting edge of light design while excelling at the technical execution and directing the light with regard to the fancied visual impact. Groundbreaking innovations in the lighting sector, such as the LED filament light bulbs, immediately found their way into the Mawa product cosmos. A decisive factor in the entrepreneurial success of Mawa Design was (and still is) the extraordinary combination of design studio and manufactory. Since 1997, the company has been based in the Palmhof, a renovated and listed historical monument in Langerwisch near Potsdam. Eventually, the manufactory offers enough space for all employees and the creation and production of the numerous in-house designs such as the wall and mirror lamp “Linestra”, the wall and ceiling lamps “Etna” and “Eintopf”, plus lighting classics of other renowned designers such as the pendant lamp “Havanna” designed by Wilhelm Braun-Feldweg or the floor lamp “Schliephacke” named after its creator.
General product information
Article Number 80064
White powder-coated shade: 24.5 x 24.5 cm. Depth 10 cm. Weight 1.2 kg. 2 E 14 sockets (2 x max. 60 watt).
Polished, coated stainless steel: 24.5 x 24.5 cm. Depth 10 cm. Weight 1 kg. 2 E 14 sockets (2 x max. 60 watt).
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