Modular 505 wall lamp, white - aluminium


596.05€ 917.00€

Modular 505 wall lamp
596.05€ 917.00€

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Midgard's Modular 505 wall lamp charms with its industrial aesthetics and extreme practicality. The luminaire's handy arm allows you to adjust the direction of the light – if necessary, you can fine-tune the light even further by turning the lamp's shade. The Modular 505 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.

White, aluminium
19 cm
Shade diameter
19 cm
Measurement details
Total height of the shade: 10,2 cm.
The length of the first arm is 30 cm and the length of the second arm is 20 cm.
Wall fixture: 16 x 6,5 cm
Bulb base
Light source
6W LED (not included)
Protection class
220–240 V
Nominal frequency
50–60 Hz
Certifications and labels
Cable length
150 cm
Cable colour
Cable material
Integrated switch
Adjustable height
Hardwired wall mount

Curt Fischer (1890-1956) is considered one of the greatest inventors of the 20th century. He founded the lighting company Midgard in 1919 in Thuringia. Fischer designed the luminaires that brightened up the Bauhaus metal workshop as well as the artists' studios.

Fischer, originally a machine shop owner, became a lighting designer almost accidentally after the First World War. Industrialisation had led to people working long hours into the late, darkening evening. At that time, overhead lighting was used, but it was unsuitable in an industrial environment because the worker's shadows covered the pieces they were working on. Fischer began to develop a solution to this problem. In November 1919 he created his first famous scissor lamp, the Scherenleuchte. This was followed by a new type of adjustable lamp with an infinitely adjustable beam.

Walter Gropius, the architect who founded Bauhaus, appreciated Fischer's luminaires and supported his work. The duo had active correspondence and Fischer's lamps were used to illuminate the Bauhaus buildings.

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