Wagenfeld Multi-Purpose Light WNL 30 Tecnolumen
WNL 30 - Examples of multi-purpose
The 1930, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld WNL 30 was designed as a multi-purpose light and needs thanks to a minimalist design not to shy away from confrontation with the "modern" lamps. Wagenfeld, whose visual and professional career of visiting the School of Applied Arts and Bauhaus workshops to teaching at universities and senior positions ranging in glass plants and metal workshops, created a number of his most successful works in the late 20s.
After Wagenfeld had completed his apprenticeship exam successfully as a silversmith, he began at the Bauhochschule in Weimar and created in 1930 with the WNL 30m a lamp that some 40 years later, in the late 70s pulled the manufacturer Tecnolumen the interest. It was agreed a new edition of the copyrighted bedside table or wall lamp, which is the only of Wagenfeld is an authorized re-edition on the market now and both carrying the Tecnolumen and the Wagenfeld characters.