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Geometric

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Mondriaan

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Mondriaan

Ceiling Lamp Cylinder
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Cylinder

Ceiling Lamp Stepped Cylinder
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Stepped Cylinder

Empire hanging Lamp Stepped Cylinder Large
3 variaties

Empire hanging Lamp Stepped Cylinder Large

Frank Lloyd Wright Tiffany Panel

Frank Lloyd Wright Tiffany Panel

Ceiling Lamp Globe 15
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Globe 15

Tiffany Table Lamp Industrial large

Tiffany Table Lamp Industrial large

Wall lamp Deco Plain
6 variaties

Wall lamp Deco Plain

Tiffany Table Lamp Geometric

Tiffany Table Lamp Geometric

Ceiling Lamp Semi-Round Stepped Globe
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Semi-Round Stepped Globe

Tiffany Pendant Light Frank Lloyd Wright Orange

Tiffany Pendant Light Frank Lloyd Wright Orange

Floor Lamp De Lorm
2 variaties

Floor Lamp De Lorm

Tiffany Pedant Lamp Arata Green

Tiffany Pedant Lamp Arata Green

Tiffany Table Lamp Akira Blue

Tiffany Table Lamp Akira Blue

Table Lamp Pointy Stairs

Table Lamp Pointy Stairs

Tiffany Reading/Floor Lamp Fallingwater

Tiffany Reading/Floor Lamp Fallingwater

Pendant Lamp Linen Vintage Cord Small Stepped Cylinder
8 variaties

Pendant Lamp Linen Vintage Cord Small Stepped Cylinder

Tiffany Wall Lamp / Ceiling Lamp Roundabout small

Tiffany Wall Lamp / Ceiling Lamp Roundabout small

Ceiling Lamp Lloyd
8 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Lloyd

Tiffany Wall Lamp Rising Sun

Tiffany Wall Lamp Rising Sun

Hanging Lamp 3-Light with Small Stepped Cylinder
6 variaties

Hanging Lamp 3-Light with Small Stepped Cylinder

Geometric

Sleek, straight shapes, geometrical motifs and subtle, perfectly combined colours come together in the ‘Geometric’ line. These Tiffany lamps and decorations have a distinctive character and a pure look that have their origins in the Art Deco period and the proceeding, more Functionalistic style period that is also called the International Style.

In this collection, a few lamps are named after the world-famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. His style is set apart by a geometrical language of shapes, a strong horizontal construction in combination with vertical lines and the power to include nature in the design. The Wiener Secession and Arts and Crafts movement inspired him during his stay in Europe and this can be seen in the designs of this collection, such as the geometrical Tiffany window panel. Wright was also influenced by the traditional Japanese architecture. The stunning Tiffany lanterns and the stylish Tiffany hanging lamp in the shape of a crescent moon are typical examples of this.

Wright himself was also an important source of inspiration for Dutch architects, such as De Stijl movement and Dudok. Naturally, the typical geometrical-abstract Mondrian style can immediately be recognised in the extravagant Tiffany table lamp and matching Tiffany ceiling lamp and Tiffany wall lamp. Black, grey and white glass, non-colours often used by Mondrian, create a striking look when combined with the playful division of lines. Sleek and playful, subtle and extravagant with a sophisticated look; that is the Tiffany ‘Geometric’ collection.