1930 Midgard Wall Mounted Articulating Industrial Sconce Lights

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Rare set of two Midgard modular wall lights in green articulating metal. The Midgard lamps designed by Curt Fisher in the 1920s predate the Bold lamps.

Their elegant design and solidity made them popular and used by the Bauhaus school.
Curt Fischer (1890-1956) was a German industrial designer and engineer who is credited with inventing directional light with the first articulated, steerable light. Fischer’s designs were a particular inspiration to the seminal designer-architect Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus school, which laid the foundations of modernist design and architecture


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