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Zweig Wall Light

J.T. Kalmar 1950

Conceived by J.T. Kalmar for anterooms, corridors, or as accent lighting, this early-1950s double sconce produces soft ambient and downlight.

Two shades are finished in natural, textured silk. The milled brass wall plate and arms can be specified in one of three finishes: polished brass, black bronze, or polished nickel.


Julis Theodor Kalmar

After the turn of the century, Julius Theodor Kalmar, son of the original founder, studied under the renowned Austrian architect and designer Josef Hoffmann at the Vienna School of Applied Arts and at the Birmingham School of Art and Design. Inspired by Hoffmann and the arts and crafts movement of the era, Julius pushed the company in a new direction, away from the eclectic style of the late 19th century.