the design of the modular lamp is based on the well-known no. 113 and no. 114 adjustable lamps, with which, among others, the many spaces in the bauhaus have been equipped.


midgard, leaded by curt fischer, developed this modular draft into a lighting system during the 1920s to answer all needs of lighting within private and public life.

please note that we have pre-selected some

modular lamp configurations below.

if you would like to configure your own modular midgard

out of the modular system with three standard colours,

choice of arms, armlength and five different lampshades,

please visit our 3D configurator.

modular table

please note that midgard has developed adapters for office desk systems (such as vitra, usm, system180 and others) to integrate the modular as well as the spring-balanced lighting system as easy plug-and-play to the table.

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the making of a midgard modular

Midgard K831 making of a K831 lamp