Fritz Hansen


lampadaires Kaiser Idell 

6556-F & 6580-F Luxus


design Christian Dell, 1931

The KAISER Idell lighting collection was born in early 1926, after the Gebr, Kaiser & Co lighting factory commissioned Christian Dell to design a full range of lighting including table lamps, pendants, floor lamps and wall lamps. The series quickly became a symbol of Bauhaus and German design excellence, with its refined choice of materials and high precision mechanisms.

The swivel joint system is a unique patented system. Each model has a dome with the embossed inscription ”ORIGINAL KAISER-idell”. The lamps are made of steel and brass, the lampshades are hand painted with high gloss or matt paint.


Light source 1 x E27

Materials The shades, base and stem are either lacquered with acid hardening lacquer or chrome plated. Other metal parts are chrome plated.

Warranty 5 years

6556-F tillable
grey / brass
H125 x Ø21 cm
709 €

6556-F tillable
black
H125 x Ø21 cm
709

6556-F tillable
matt black
H125 x Ø21 cm
709

6556-F tillable
white
H125 x Ø21 cm
709

6580-F swivel
black
H125/135 x Ø21 cm
779 €

6580-F swivel
matt black
H125/135 cm
779

6580-F swivel
white
H125/135 cm
779

Christian Dell

Christian Dell was a German silversmith and designer. From 1922-25 he worked as a foreman of the metal workshop at the Bauhaus in Weimar where he was the man behind a highly innovative and pioneering style of design.

The Bauhaus occupies a place of its own in the history of the 20th century culture; architecture, design, art and new media. As one of the first colleges of design, it brought together a number of the most outstanding contemporary architects and artists. Beginning in 1926 Dell sketched lights, often for the lamp factory Gebr. Kaiser & Co.