Contemporary fixtures: Sonneman—A Way of Light’s Bauhaus Revisited

The collection uses bent tubing reminiscent of the chairs created by many Bauhaus designers.

Sonneman—A Way of Light launched Bauhaus Revisited, a new collection of contemporary fixtures. Rooted in the Bauhaus ideal of industrial modernism, the collection uses bent tubing reminiscent of the chairs created by many Bauhaus designers. Each piece is available in either polished or satin chrome metal finishes with an opal etched glass diffuser.

 

 

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