Light object in the Bauhaus style: Cubelight CL1 The Bauhaus, the famous designer and architect and blacksmith, coined the term "New objectivity" after the 1920s. These are objects with clear forms and timeless design. This tradition also includes the light object Cubelight by the designer, Mathias Schifferdecker from 2012. The table lamp consists of a total of 18 glass cubes, which in turn are put together to form a large cube, and can individually be arranged. The glass cubes were provided with facets and polished edges by hand. Therefore, varied light reflections are created when you turn on the built-in LED lighting. The light comes with 18 glass cubes: 14 clear cubes and 4 coloured cubes, one each in blue, red, yellow and green. Cubelight CL1 can also be retrofitted with additional glass cubes, glass prisms (extra reflection effects) and a glass mirror ball (redirection of light) in different individually set combinations. To verify the quality, each lamp was marked with a...

Product features

Designer Mathias Schifferdecker
Material glass, stainless steel
Colour clear, blue, red, yellow, green
Luminous colour warm white (2,700 K)
Light bulb 16 W LED
Dimmable Yes
Width 15 cm
Other measurements The edge of the 18 cubes is 5 cm long (slight deviations are possible)
Light output 1260
Total luminous flux 1260.0000
Supply voltage in volts 230.0000
IP code IP20
Protection class II
Energy efficiency class A+

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