Lindner lights Lisilux: porcelain and glass and unadulterated light.
In 2011, we bought this famous luminaire program (along with the tools, original molds, and trademark rights) out of a French corporation where it had most recently eked out a somewhat abandoned existence. Since then, we have had the classic Lindner-LISILUX and Lindner-Sauna series of luminaires, which have been in production since the 1940s, manufactured by a German manufacturer of technical porcelain in Poland on the original molds. For decades, the designs have been considered an example of the creative attitude of German industrial design in the first half of the 20th century. As such, they are honored in museums and at symposia, and as a result, but also in the wake of the discovery of "industrial chic," they have been imported from their original intended uses and, in addition to stairwells and hallways, basements, bathrooms and garages, now do their duty in residential and office environments. Wherever they appear, they bring good, clear light and catch the eye with their ceramic physicality.
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