This floor lamp from 1923 clearly shows the formative style of the Bauhaus era, although its designer, the architect Richard Döcker, never learned or taught at the Bauhaus. Clear forms and lines meet high functionality and refined details. For however simple the DSL 23 may appear - it is extremely elegant and a real eye-catcher thanks to the almost free-floating suspension of the lamp head. Thanks to the opal glass luminaire sphere, the light is emitted in a particularly atmospheric way. This makes the floor lamp a very beautiful mood light. The design classic can shine in private rooms such as the living room, office or bedroom as well as in representative rooms in the commercial sector. Floor lamp made of nickel-plated metal and opal glass shade. Each lamp is consecutively numbered and bears the signet TECNOLUMEN/R.DÖCKER. Recommended illuminant: LED lamp 8 W, frosted Richard Döcker 1894 - 1968 Richard Döcker, born in Weilheim an der Teck in 1894, is considered an important representative of functionalism. The German architect and university lecturer was appointed to the Deutscher Werkbund in 1928 as site manager of the famous Weissenhofsiedlung and also worked in the "Congrès International d'Achitecture Moderne".