This modernist vintage ceiling lamp was made at the turn of the 1960s that specialized in the production of high-quality teak. It was designed by Paul Secon for the German lighting factory Sompex, established in 1948. A geometric skeleton made of transparent acrylic with thin nylon lines wrapped around it. Therefore, this design is popularly referred to as a spaghetti lamp. The frame and suspension are made of chromed metal. The lamp is a typical representative of the mid-century modern trend, where an innovative search for a fresh idea of design is intertwined with aesthetics and functionality. Due to the use of transparent materials, the lamp is easy to perceive, and its form creates a coherent whole, suited to both modern interiors and those decorated in a vintage style.
The lamp is in very good condition. Here and there slight scratches on acrylic parts. All lines are in perfect condition. Bulb holder for standard E27 thread. The height of the overhang with the headliner is 32 cm.