Minotherm design lamp
Minotherm design lamp

Grossag lamp


This lamp is a unique piece. It was created from a “Grossag” heater from the 60s and 70s.

  • Color : Green
  • Materials : iron
  • Dimensions : H.37 x L.34 x P.15 cm
  • Lighting : Edison LED
  • Date of upcycled product : 70’s

Free delivery in metropolitan France.

Available: Out of stock

Through this design and vintage object, the ArtJL brand offers you to opt for sustainable and responsible lighting.

To give a second life to this heater, to transform it into a lamp, it has been cleaned, sanded, painted and repainted.

A specific lighting system was installed depending on the desired ambiance.

This lamp is equipped with two Edison Led bulbs. Enough to project amazing patterns through its grid.

A Bonsai Green color finish has been chosen to enhance the vintage aspect of this object.

Original creation by ArtJL. Unique model, signed and numbered ArtJL333.


Minotherm was a small German brand specializing in electrical appliances in the 60s. Among its productions was this heater.

By transforming it into a lamp, the ArtJL brand continues the history of this object.

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« Happy buyer of an ArtJL lamp, I have been looking for years to decorate my decoration with a unique product, in harmony with a style apart. This idea of ​​reviving the old heaters of our parents to transform them into a lamp is purely brilliant. I only advise you too much to let yourself be tempted by one of these legendary models. For me, it's the Thermor Medium Orange. » (Alain D., Montpellier)

« I was privileged to be one of the first ArtJL customers. In 2016, the models offered were fewer, but my choice was naturally oriented towards a safe bet: the Petit Thermor. No color for me. I opted for the brushed aluminum model! I find that its metal aspect gives a fairly "class" side. Then it allows me to change my decor to the sandstone of my desires without color constraints. I diffuse its soft light in the corner of my living room. I thus play with the contrasts between with its industrial design and the mahogany wood of my library. » (Elvire B., Bordeaux)