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BEGA 1980s Outdoor Wall Lamp 2276

Materials: Curved metal lampshade made of some aluminium alloy, painted with black anthracite wrinkle paint. Moulded in a  bow. Aluminium reflector. Clear glass disc. 3 Allen screws. Some metal parts. Porcelain E27 socket.

Height: 25 cm / 9.84”

Width: ∅ 19 cm / 7.48”

Length: 25 cm / 9.84”

Electricity: 1 bulb E27, 1 x 100 watt maximum, 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, not a specific one preferred.

Period: 1970s, 1980s – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: The BEGA design team.

Manufacturer: BEGA Gantenbrink-Leuchten, Menden, Germany.

Other versions: This BEGA 1980s outdoor wall lamp 2276 was made in several versions. This lamp is model 2276. It won an iF Design Award in 1983. It can be used inside or outside (IP 55).


The BEGA company was founded in September 1945, at the end of the Second World War and started as a small business with 5 employees. BEGA received the “Medaille d’Or” at the international trade fair in Luxembourg in 1952. In 1958, BEGA construct the new multi-storey luminaire block with a few other companies at the largest industrial fair in the world in Hanover: an important and courageous step which finally leads to the “World Light Show“.

The complete history of the BEGA company can be found on their website. The company still exists and they make beautiful (industrial) lighting. Glashütte Limburg is a member of the BEGA group. BEGA received 275 iF Design Awards. You can find them over here on the iF Design website.

Glashütte Limburg

Glashütte Limburg was founded in 1946. One of the best known designers for Glashütte Limburg was Helena Tynell who created several amber bubble glass lamps for the company. They were made in many forms and sizes. Helena Tynell lived from 1918 until 2016. She was married to the famous designer Paavo Tynell (1890-1973).

Glashütte Limburg received 160 iF Design Awards. You can find them over here on the iF Design website.

This wall lamp has many similarities with the A19 lamp, designed in the 60s by Alain Richard and produced by Disderot.