The shape of the Tecnolumen Bauhaus ceiling light DMB 26 is strongly reminiscent of the Wilhelm Wagenfeld table lamp, but was designed in 1926 by the designer Marianne Brandt. The shapely Tecnolumen ceiling lamp is crafted from opal glass and nickel-plated metal, is available in four sizes and is a guaranteed eye-catcher in any space room; while from a functional perspective the Bauhaus ceiling light DMB 26 shines in all directions and can thus light up the smallest niche. It is thus unsurprising that, and as with so many Bauhaus classics, Marianne Brandt's round lamp still enjoys enormous popularity.
|Product type||Ceiling lamp|
|Dimensions||Ø 25 cm, length 46 cm
Ø 30 cm, length 51 cm
Ø 35 cm, length 56 cm
Ø 40 cm, length 61 cm
|Weight||Ø 25 cm: 2,1 kg
Ø 30 cm: 4,1 kg
Ø 35 cm: 4,4 kg
Ø 40 cm: 7 kg
|Material||Socket and suspension: metal, nickel plated,
Shade: opal glass
|Variants||Available in four different sizes|
|Function & properties||Each lamp is consecutively numbered and bears the Tecnolumen and Bauhaus sign.
Ø 25 cm: max. 75 W
From Ø 30 cm: max. 100 W
|Delivery includes||Light bulbs are not included|
|Care||For cleaning the use of a damp cloth and a mild detergent is recommended|
|Certificates||Each lamp comes with a certificate of authenticity, bears a Tecnolumen- and Bauhaus stamp and consecutive numbering|
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How do I recognise an original DMB26 Bauhaus pendant lamp?
Each lamp is numbered consecutively and carries the Bauhaus and Tecnolumen logo.