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Gispen the originals

Hanging Lamp 7005 with Glass Bowl

Hanging Lamp 7005 with Glass Bowl

€ 750
2 variations
Hanging Lamp Luxury Gispen Globe 25 or 30 cm.

Hanging Lamp Luxury Gispen Globe 25 or 30 cm.

€ 211
4 variations
Hanging Lamp Luxury Gispen Globe 30 or 40 cm

Hanging Lamp Luxury Gispen Globe 30 or 40 cm

€ 215
Gispen classics Hanging Lamp Ball 30 or 40

Gispen classics Hanging Lamp Ball 30 or 40

€ 215
2 variations
Hanging Lamp 37

Hanging Lamp 37

€ 334.50
Gispen classics Ball Cotton Cord

Gispen classics Ball Cotton Cord

€ 171
2 variations
Gispen classics Ball on Transparent Cord

Gispen classics Ball on Transparent Cord

€ 161
4 variations
Gispen Globe 25 or 30 cm Model 7011 and 7012

Gispen Globe 25 or 30 cm Model 7011 and 7012

€ 116
10 variations
Ceiling Lamp Gispen 175 (Smooth Cylinder)

Ceiling Lamp Gispen 175 (Smooth Cylinder)

€ 79.50
4 variations
Ceiling Lamp Gispen Pointy Flat

Ceiling Lamp Gispen Pointy Flat

€ 85
10 variations
Ceiling Spotlight 141

Ceiling Spotlight 141

€ 135
LED light source | LED lamp

LED light source | LED lamp

€ 6
14 variations
Ceiling Lamp Gispen No 114

Ceiling Lamp Gispen No 114

€ 127
8 variations

W. H. Gispen (1890-1981) was a Dutch decorative artist / industrial designer. He left a large legacy consisting of beautiful designs. While he is mostly known for his steel pipe furniture, his photometric lamps are certainly as ingenious and interesting. It is remarkable that Gispen's original designs are still produced today.

Gispen was able to go from a decorative artist to a functional designer within the walls of his own factory. His products became more businesslike and functional in the twenties. In 1926, he began creating an extensive collection of lamps to which, in 1927, the brand Giso was attached. Their fixtures have opal-coulered "glass balloons" and adhered (as they still do today) to photometric, economic and aesthetic demands. It was also around this time that the Bauhaus lamps were launched on the market and that Gispen mirrored them to complete his own designs. The designs became standardised and this insured that the combining of parts from different lamps became possible. A plenitude of materials were offered (and are still offered); from brown bronzed, black bronzed, matte nickel-plated, polished nickel-plated to chromed copper. Even the choice in glass has become more diverse; matte or glossy opal-coloured glass for lampshades shaped like bowls and spheres. Gispen assembled the lamps in his factory. Factories located in London and Brussels were authorised to produce Giso designs.

Famous Gispen orignals: Pendant lamp Saturn, Luxurious Pointed Gispen, Hanging lamp 2076, the Sonneveld lamp, Floor lamp 65 and the Gentleman's desk lamp.

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