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An important example of perfect simplicity, this lamp was designed by Sybold van Ravesteyn in 1926. Made of chrome-plated nickel, the design is now officially re-issued by Giso Verlichting in a limited edition. An iconic “less is more” design capturing the essence of minimalism and modernism in lighting.

The lamp comes with a bakelite, button light switch, single E27 LED Light (bulb included), neutral braided cord and European 220V plug.

The lamp has been documented in the following literature: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection, accession number 1980.237 Sybold van Ravesteyn Archive. Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam, accession number RAVEph21. The Essence of Things - Die Essenz der Dinge, Editors: Alexander von Vegesack, Mathias Schwartz-Clauss, Vitra Design Museum, 2010. Sybold van Ravesteyn: Architect, Kees Rouw, NAI010 publishers, 2014.