The L25 was reinterpreted in color by the Studio für Gestaltung. The result is a limited first edition of 5 pieces each: The L25N in neon-orange, neon-green and ultramarine – an ultramarine reminiscent of the famous red-blue chair by Rietveld or quoting Piet Mondrian with his color-intensive pictures. “Rietveld and his contemporaries of the De Stijl movement had a very courageous and intense use of colors in their time,” says designer Tobias Groß, “and we wanted to take up this courage. At that time, powerful primary colors worked as statements and emphasized form language and construction. We follow this idea”.
With the almost 40-centimeter-high table lamp, which Rietveld designed in 1925, he transformed the horizontal and vertical into a captivating, small object whose filigree construction merges into a single unit through the new colors. The painting is complex: the lamp has to be painted about nine times to achieve its color intensity. Only then does the luminous effect emerge, making it appear more sculptural, less technical and thus more contemporary. It was a challenging task for Tecta to translate the design into contemporary LED technology. Today, the result is a luminaire that is as technically mature as if it had been designed for modern light sources right from the start.
Steel foot lacquered coloured,
aluminiumhead lacquered coloured,
steelstandpipe lacquered coloured.
Light colour: warm white
Colour rendering CRI > 90
Pointing downward with diffused satiné-look
220 – 240 V ˜ 50 Hz
LED 3,2 W
LED luminous flux 366 lm
Control power switch
Protection class: II
Degree of protection: IP20