Midgard's Modular 551 table lamp charms with its sculptural and industrial look. The lamp consists of a base, a two-jointed leg and a highly reflective cone-shaped shade. Thanks to its two joints, the slim luminaire slides smoothly into the desired position and, if needed, the direction of the light can be fine-tuned even more precisely by turning the lampshade. The Modular 551 can be used as a spotlight in the living room, as a reading lamp in the bedroom or as a work light in the home office. The design language, which members of the Bauhaus movement also appreciated, will delight in public spaces as well.
The Modular range is based on the adjustable lamps designed by Curt Fischer in the 1930s, known at the time as TYP 113 and TYP 114. Modular lamps are a charming combination of functionality, craftsmanship and ingenuity. Components of the luminaire are manufactured in Germany using original tools and techniques. The final luminaire is assembled by hand in Hamburg.