name
  Dutch Arts & Crafts pendant lamp
description
  Rare and unusual wooden Arts & Crafts pendant lamp from the early 20th century. The lamp has simularities with the so called the New Haagse School style (1920-1940). This style was very much influenced by the works of the Amarican architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Note: "New Hague School is recognized by the overhanging roofs and straight and cubist forms. Characteristic are the horizontal lines of façade bands above windows, bay windows and balconies, urban coherence and symmetry". The interior architects of that time were following this way of building and applied it in their "Haagse Stijl" furniture designs. The way this lamp is build up can be seen as an approach to this style. Its build up out of slats of different lengths which are mounted on a thick beam that is centered in the middle. Its simple, clear and modern of form. Origin: Dutch. Year: 1900-1910. Dimensions: L x W x H = 76 x 76 x 80 cm.
producer/artist
  Unknown
materials
  Oak with different materials added.
condition
  Very good.
price
  On request
available
  yes
 

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