Please welcome our beautiful saved lights mounted on wooden blocks. Perfect for table lighting or just to have some romantic light in your interior.
These outdoor fixtures served their duties in a hall of a mining site for decades. At the end of the production and the closure of the site most of the buildings were demolished except for some smaller storage buildings and a smaller hall that's also sentenced to be teared down soon.
Unbelievable but we found these pieces with their original convex fr...
Love unique vintage pieces? You'll love our newest renovated, midcentury beauties, the three legged goddesses! They are not only beautiful, we installed a four stage touch dimming system: touch any metal part, they will change the strength of light!
Theese pieces are a unique combination created with a vintage theodolite stand and old industrial lamp shades, or theatre bell.
The shade came from an abandoned brick factory and was salvaged with another 6 pieces that we will restore as ceiling lights...
We wouldn´t even think when we looked at these fixtures that it will be this tricky to remove them from their place. It´s huge and it´s really heavy! Meet our newest item: the caterpillar lamp.
We found them while we were treasure hunting in one of Europe`s largest chemical plant and instantly fell in love with them. They were hanging there since the late 70`s when the site was built and lighting up the outer area of the buildings ever since.
Read about these lights a lot a few months back...
Love unique vintage pieces? You'll love our newest renovated, midcentury beauties, the three legged goddesses!
Theese pieces are a unique combination created with a vintage theodolite stand and old industrial lamp shades.
The shade came from an abandoned brick factory and was salvaged with another 6 pieces that we will restore as ceiling lights. The stand itself already is a real fine piece with plenty of adjusting possibility to every direction and came from an old land surveyor's office.
Wondering in a long abandoned waving factory, we found real treasures. They looked like some kind of barrels - who know what were they used for? Then, we asked ous guide.
We arrived to a hall filled with red barrels. In the 60-s, workers used to store their material in these barrels, with the help of a springing structure descending the material inside. After the textile industry spreaded all over the world, the factory had to close therefore there was no use of these storage barrels.