Within this category you will find Giso Lighting: Hanging lamps, chandeliers, ceiling lights, table lamps, floor lamps and wall lamps. All of them eye-catchers.
Giso lamps stand out due to the quirky shapes of the glass with matching fixtures that have been thought about. The lamps give an atmospheric light, but are also turned off a feast for the eyes. The lighting naturally fits perfectly in a historic home from the 20s or 30s of the last century. The popularity of the 1930s houses is not a fashion phenomenon. The appeal of this type of housing has always been large. The authentic houses, however, are so popular and scarce that commercial builders provided an alternative: new-build homes in 1930s style. In 1993, for example, the Brabant city of Helmond began the construction of the Dierdonk neighborhood, which is now the largest new-build neighborhood in the Netherlands with 2,000 homes. New homes in 1930s style are still emerging and the authentic buildings are being carefully restored.
The style of the 1930s house began in the last century as a mix of new styles such as the Rationalism of Berlage, the Delft School, the Amsterdam School and the Prairie style of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Prairie style in particular interpreted modern living and inspired many Dutch architects. Everywhere in the Netherlands you can admire beautiful houses and public buildings! We see a multitude of architecture in Heemstede, Hilversum and Laren in particular.
Given the sleek nature of Giso lamps, the lighting is also used in modern buildings.
Art Deco Trade works with the line of Giso lamps through a DEALERSHIP. The lamps are sold at select places within the Netherlands.
Are you a business customer, interior designer or retailer looking for striking and unique light objects based on art-historical styles? Then chances are very high that you will succeed at wholesaler Art Deco Trade. With Giso lighting you make a statement in the interior or in your business. Giso lighting provides image!