mono - Concave oil lamp 13 cm

mono - Concave oil lamp 13 cm - A flame - fed by oil lamp - hovering over a bowl brushed stainless steel


Available, delivery time 2-5 days

Product number: 21255
Manufacturer: Mono & Pott
Manufacturer number: 10813_Mono
Product information "mono - Concave oil lamp 13 cm"

A flame - fed by oil lamp - hovering over a bowl brushed stainless steel. Your reflection immerses the entire room in a soft light. The art object is lovingly made in the mono-Manufaktur.

Forget the time and enjoy the atmosphere à la concave - alone, in pairs or with our guest.

  • Material  stainless steel brushed 18/10
  • 13 cm
  • Design: Franz Maurer

Franz Maurer, 42 lives and works as an independent designer in Vienna, Austria.  He literally approaches his tasks from the ground on up.  He researches materials, and their functionality.  His works are expressive of a clear and functional interpretation of form.  He takes most of his materials from the industrial world and expands their use to new applications.  His concepts are always catalytic and thought provoking.  His focus tends to be on product development, presentation and design of light and objects for good living.

  • Some of his clients include:  anthologie quartett,, artificial, Ingo Maurer, IRIS, Raunmgestaltd.

Since 1959 mono’s goal has been to develop designer products that follow no trend, they simply outlast all trends. Striving to produce items that do not decorate but function and have the highest standards of production, material and origin.

This has not been a rare occurrence. mono products have become part of permanent museum collections of modern and applied art. mono friends elicit pleasure on a daily basis.

The mono manufactory is in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Mettmann. That is where Wilhelm Seibel I set the cornerstone, in 1895 with the founding of the Britanniawarenfabrik W. Seibel - the basis for the family enterprise, which today is led by the 5th generation. In 1959 the brand mono was established with the introduction of mono-a.

Much has changed since then, and much has remained the same in the production process at mono. With stubborn dedication traditional processes were kept under the belief that manual know how, the human eye and high end materials actually do make a difference.

Some 30 steps are used until the final flatware product is finished. The product is under constant evaluation, and only then and when the final touch is made, and perfection is reached, is the product released from the manufactory.

Many mono products (partially several times) have been recipients of awards, and are in the permanent collection of museums of modern and applied art.

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