Design from 1932 by Herman Theodoor Jan Anthoin Busquet for Hala Zeist.
Around 1930, Busquet became the head of design at Hala, one of the first lighting manufacturers in The Netherlands.
Influenced by "De Stijl" and "Bauhaus", the designs are very modest and "form follows function".
Busquet worked for Hala until 1955 and died in 1977.
Original Hala colour: "Reseda" green Please see colour card, number 4.
Lamp tube is chrome-plated and has a nice patina. In this version (1950) the switch is located on the tube of the lamp.
The name of this shade of green was inspired by the wild reseda. The plant is fairly common in Belgium and the Netherlands, in roadsides, dunes and grasslands and along railway lines.
The lampshade is adjustable in 3 directions.
Height: 46 cm
Lampshade diameter: 30 cm
Base diameter: 18 cm
Weight: 2900 grams
E27 lamp socket, cord length 150 cm. Bakelite plug.
Vintage condition in accordance with its age. Please assess the photos yourself.
No scratches or dents.
International shipping. Can be picked up in The Hague, The Netherlands (no shipping costs).
- Aluminium, Steel
- Designer/ Artist
- H.Th.J.A. Busquet
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Hala Zeist
- Model/ Name
- Model 144 Reseda Groen
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 2900 g