AMEICO Lighting


Curt Fischer founded Midgard in 1919 introducing Germany to an innovative line of lighting. An engineer frustrated by inadequate lighting in his workplace, Fischer invented and built the first movable articulated lamps which were soon adapted to numerous applications at the Bauhaus under Walter Gropius.



14 products
TYP 113 Clamp Lamp
Sale price$3,990.00
Modular Clamp Lamp 552
Sale price$1,120.00
Modular Floor Lamp 556 - 47"
Sale price$1,790.00
Spring Balanced Clamp Lamp
Sale price$845.00
Spring Balanced Table Lamp
Sale price$890.00
Spring Balanced Floor Lamp
Sale price$1,190.00
Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Grey
Sale price$1,090.00
Ayno Floor Lamp - XL - Grey
Sale price$1,750.00
Ayno Table Lamp - Black
Sale price$470.00
Ayno Table Lamp - Grey
Sale price$470.00
Ayno Wall Lamp - Large - Black
Sale price$1,190.00
Ayno Wall Lamp - XL - Grey
Sale price$1,850.00
K831 Pendant
Sale priceFrom $590.00
555 Modular Wall Light
Sale price$590.00

Midgard History

First patent for an adjustable lamp worldwide

The history of adjustable lighting begins in 1919: in the town of Auma in Thuringia, central Germany, engineer and entrepreneur Curt Fischer obtains the world’s first ever patent for an adjustable electric lamp.

Federzug / Spring Balanced

The archetype among desk lamps – Curt Fischer's original Spring balanced light from the 1950s, is to this day, produced with the original tools and German made parts.