Adolf Loos &
Christiane Büssgen &
Café Museum Goldman Hula Hoop
Chandelier - Jugendstil, Secession Style
1899, 1911 / Edition
€ 3.200 / USD 3.423
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Chandelier first used in 1899 at the Cafe Museum, later for the appartement of Leopold Goldman, the builder of the famous "Looshaus, Goldman & Salatsch"" in Vienna. This chandelier has been designed and used by Adolf Loos in several variations, comes custom made by WOKA in different sizes, please ask for an offer". In 2013 Christiane Buessgen has modified the original Adolf Loos design, has covered the sockets with tubes and has used cables in different colours.
brass, nickel-plated optionally, silk-cord
|Ø:||70 cm (27.56 inch)|
|Weight:||3 kg (1.36 lb)|
|Sockets:||6 x Edison screw sockets E26/E27 for incandescent or LED|
|Power:||max. 6 x 100W|
|All components according to the UL regulations, with an additional charge we will UL-list and label our fixtures.|
- Brass varnished
- Brass matt
- Brass nickel plated
- Brass nickel plated matt
- Patina bright
- Patina dark
Please notice, that the shown colors will always differ from the items we manufacture, as the materials differ and will therefore look different. A lamp consists of casted, pressed, drawn, hammered and chased, spinning and turned brass. The patinated items can never exactly meet the samples, and the divers parts of the lamp will not have the exact same color. Soldered parts will assimilate the Patina different to the surrounding. We try to make it as similar-looking as possible. Please consider that each item is handcrafted in age-old techniques.
We have two suppliers for fabric where one can choose – they also offer samples which can be ordered directly at the supplier:
Please send send us the product code and the name of the article and we then will order the fabric.
Passementerie and Tassel
For the passementerie and for the tassel (pompon) we offer these colors:
Energy Efficiency Class
Bulbs with energy efficiency class A++ to E can be used for this lamp.