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K831 9.5" Aluminum Pendant Lamps by Midgard
Initiated and designed by David Einsiedler & Joke Rasch, the K831 directional pendant follows a rare draft from the 1930s.
Midgard lamps are articulating, positionable table lamps that provide direct illumination of the work surface with a satisfying bakelite switch on each shade. Each shade is spun from aluminum and is either brushed or powder-coated; the stem and base are powder-coated steel. All parts are hand-assembled into each light in Germany using tools originally designed by Curt Fischer for the creation of these lamps.
Color Options: Anthracite, Black Matt, Black, Copper, Pale Green, Cement Grey, Aluminum, or Pearl White
Materials: Spun aluminum or copper shade; bakelite casing; fabric-covered cord; and painted steel canopy. Finishes: Enameled, Powder Coated, Natural Material
Dimensions: 7" Ø x 9.4" Canopy: 5.5" Fabric Cord: 9.8'
Light Source: Socket E26; 60-watt max. Bulb not included.
Certifications: CE, ENEC, & VDE
Environment: For indoor use only.
Care Instructions: Dust with a soft dry cloth or wipe with a damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning.
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Midgard was founded in 1919 by the engineer Curt Fischer, a lamp manufacturer who is producing in Germany to date. Midgard constructed the first articulated “steering lamps,” a true innovation at the beginning of the 20th century, electing Curt Fischer as the inventor of tractable light by many. With his products, Fischer was a supplier of the Bauhaus, where Midgard lamps could be found at the desks of Gropius, Wagenfeld, Brandt, Stoelzl as well as in the Bauhaus apartments.
In 2015 David Einsiedler and Joke Rasch took over the company from the third generation of the Fischers and led it back to production in Hamburg after restructuring. To date, Midgard produces three lamp ranges: the Midgard Modular System, the Spring-loaded Lamp, and K831, all made in Germany and with the use of original tools.