The KAISER Idell lamp collection has sprung from the Bauhaus school in Germany, combining the concept that served as the founding principle for the school. Focus was to be on the function, and the good craftsmanship was to melt into the design. The KAISER Idell lamps are impeccable proof of this. As a tribute to this period in design history, Fritz Hansen has launched the famous KAISER Idell Luxus table lamp in a brass version. The brass version has been launched in a special edition, marking the 100th anniversary of the movement.
The special edition of the model 6631 table lamp is made from untreated brass, which means that it will achieve a patina over time. This ensures a unique patina that makes each lamp one of a kind.Find the special edition here
The iconic KAISER Idell table lamp is built up around a patented ball joint, providing the lamp with a good, strong function. The table lamp has a recognisable feature in its distinct lampshade that ensures a perfect distribution of light, making it the ideal fit for a desk lamp – or as a gorgeous design icon to round off your décor. The top of the lampshade carries the engraving “ORIGINAL Kaiser Idell”.
Christian Dell designed the first KAISER Idell lamp back in 1936, when it made its first appearance in a catalogue. Before long, the lamp was the main character of the KAISER Idell collection.
A lamp that continues to be a symbol og noble, German design to this day.Find all KAISER Idell lamps here