LOBMEYR LIGHTING - 40 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Chandelier 6660-L-16 "Auditorium" The Metropolitan Family The Metropolitan Chandelier was designed by Hans Harald Rath for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. We were awarded the contract to deliver the chandeliers by the Republic of Austria as a donation in gratitude for the United States aid in the European Recovery Programme. The inspiration to this design was supplied by the Architect of the Met, Edwar K. Harrisson who presented pictures of distant galaxies. As a first prototype to present the design the family myth reports of a potato with tooth picks. After over 40 years this line is still our best seller. Dia.: 100 cm, H.: 55 cm; Weight: 17 kg Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1963; Modern Lights: 16 x E14; Max. Wattage: 960 W Material: Brass, Swarovski and hand cut crystal Finish: Polished Special requests: Metal parts in different finishes, elliptical layout

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Chandelier 6725-L-16 "Metropolitan" The Metropolitan Family The Metropolitan Chandelier was designed by Hans Harald Rath for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. We were awarded the contract to deliver the chandeliers by the Republic of Austria as a donation in gratitude for the United States aid in the European Recovery Programme. The inspiration to this design was supplied by the Architect of the Met, Edwar K. Harrisson who presented pictures of distant galaxies. As a first prototype to present the design the family myth reports of a potato with tooth picks. After over 40 years this line is still...

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Chandelier 6725-L-26 "Metropolitan" The Metropolitan Family The Metropolitan Chandelier was designed by Hans Harald Rath for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. We were awarded the contract to deliver the chandeliers by the Republic of Austria as a donation in gratitude for the United States aid in the European Recovery Programme. The inspiration to this design was supplied by the Architect of the Met, Edwar K. Harrisson who presented pictures of distant galaxies. As a first prototype to present the design the family myth reports of a potato with tooth picks. After over 40 years this line is still...

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Wall Sconce 6675-W-3 "Metropolitan" The Metropolitan Family The Metropolitan Chandelier was designed by Hans Harald Rath for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. We were awarded the contract to deliver the chandeliers by the Republic of Austria as a donation in gratitude for the United States aid in the European Recovery Programme. The inspiration to this design was supplied by the Architect of the Met, Edwar K. Harrisson who presented pictures of distant galaxies. As a first prototype to present the design the family myth reports of a potato with tooth picks. After over 40 years this line is still...

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Floor Lamp 7077-7 "Metropolitan" The Metropolitan Family This wall floor lamp was an early design of Peter Rath following the sudden death of his father Hans Harald. It was based on the very successful chandeliers Hans Harald Rath designed for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. The frame of the fixture is made from brass and carefully polished by hand to be covered in a nickel finish. This is then decorated with multiple sputnik elements, the wooden balls with the Swarovski crystals that became a landmark of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. This design is a perfect addition to the Metropolitan...

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Pendant Lamp 42470-6 "Mini-Sputnik" The Metropolitan Family The chandeliers we delivered for the New York Metropolitan Opera in 1966 became icons of lighting design. As we took care of the restoration of the chandeliers of the Met in 2008 and about 1.000 pieces of sputniks have been through our hands we realised how lovely those elements were. So our craftsmen had the idea to create small lighting fixtures from these elements and started tinkering. Finally we arrived at a working object resembling a complete Metropolitan Chandelier in a very small scale. The sputnik element as main stilistic feature...

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Chandelier 41064-7 "Sacher" The Historism Family This line is one of the first chandeliers ever to be designed and produced for electrical light bulbs in collaboration with Thomas A. Edison for the Viennese Hotel Sacher. The other projects rivalling for being the first electrical chandelier are the Office of the Lord Mayor of Vienna and the Imperial Hofburg Palace. Typical element of these early electrical chandeliers is the light bulbs mounted in a hanging position. This was a requirement for technical reasons. Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1883; Historism Material: Brass, lead-free glass Finish: Polished...

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Wall Sconce 41063-2 "Sacher" The Historism Family This line is one of the first chandeliers ever to be designed and produced for electrical light bulbs in collaboration with Thomas A. Edison for the Viennese Hotel Sacher. The other projects rivalling for being the first electrical chandelier are the Office of the Lord Mayor of Vienna and the Imperial Hofburg Palace. Typical element of these early electrical chandeliers is the light bulbs mounted in a hanging position. This was a requirement for technical reasons. Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1883; Historism Material: Brass, lead-free glass Finish:...

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Lantern 4200-3 The Historism Family Theophil Hansen, one of the most prominent architects of the “Ringstraßen Period” designed this lantern for a mansion he built around 1875. The lantern is made with utmost care and precision not relying on simplifying techniques. So for example the decoration on the decorative beading is not made from pressed sheet metal but with additional brass rods screwed on the material. The floral designs on the bottom and on top are elaborately cast and refined on our workshop. Design: Theophil Hansen, circa 1875; Historism Material: Brass Finish: Gold Special requests:...

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Chandelier 41201-20 "Medina" The Arabic Family For the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina we again drew from traditional motives to create a series of different fixtures, ranging from the main chandeliers to small pendants. This chandelier bears the typical satellite elements of large frosted glass vessels decorated with traditional motives as well as quotations of the Quran. The blue inscriptions are complemented by blue glass balls on the suspending rods. This common feature serves as a kind of bracket to unite all the different fixtures. The main Belt is made of cast brass plates with elaborate pictograms...

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