Retro Light Switches and Sockets for flush-mounted installation

Traditional rotary switches and toggle switches made of porcelain, bakelite and brass in an old design and with modern technology

Retro Lichtschalter »BAKELIT« Drehschalter, Kippschalter und Steckdosen aus schwarzem Bakelit (THPG)

Retro light switches »BAKELIT«

Rotary switches, rocker switches and sockets made of black Bakelite (THPG)

Retro Lichtschalter »WHITE« Drehschalter, Kippschalter und Steckdosen aus weißem Duroplast (THPG)

Retro light switches »DUROPLAST«

Rotary switches, rocker switches and sockets made of white thermoset (THPG)

Retro Lichtschalter »PORZELLAN« Drehschalter, Wippschalter und Steckdosen aus weißem Porzellan (THPG)

Retro light switches »PORCELAIN«

Rotary switches, rocker switches and sockets in white porcelain (THPG)

Retro Lichtschalter »VENEZIA« Drehschalter und Kippschalter mit Holz-, Metall- oder Porzellanrahmen (FONTINI)

Retro light switches »VENEZIA«

Rotary switches and rocker switches with wooden, metal or porcelain frame (FONTINI)

Retro Lichtschalter »COLONIAL« Porzellan-Drehschalter mit Rahmen aus Porzellan oder Holz (FONTINI)

Retro light switches »COLONIAL«

Porcelain Rotary switches with porcelain or wooden frame (FONTINI)

Retro Lichtschalter »BAKELIT GLAS« Schalter und Steckdosen aus schwarzem Bakelit mit Glasabdeckungen (THPG)

Retro light switches »BAKELIT GLASS«

Switches and sockets made of black Bakelite with glass covers (THPG)

Retro Lichtschalter »DUROPLAST GLAS« Schalter und Steckdosen aus weißem Duroplast mit Glasabdeckungen (THPG)

Retro light switches »DUROPLAST GLASS«

Switches and sockets made of white thermoset with glass covers (THPG)

Retro Lichtschalter »DO LOW« Drehschalter aus Porzellan im modern anmutendem Vintage-Design (FONTINI)

Retro light switches »DO LOW«

Porcelain - Rotary switches in modern Retro design (FONTINI)

Messing Design Lichttaster »MORE« Minimalistisch designte Drucktaster aus unlackiertem Messing (FONT DESIGN)

Brass design light switches »MORE«

Minimalist design pushbuttons made of unlacquered brass (FONT DESIGN)


Light switches in the style of the good old days

In the early 20th century, switches were usually round and made of high-quality porcelain. They were softly shaped and ergonomically designed, and in Art Nouveau they were often decorated with floral ornamentation.
In the 1930s, rotary switches were often combined with glass frames. The design became more elegant and, in the spirit of the Bauhaus, also somewhat more functional. At the same time, the first switches made of Bakelite, the early industrially produced plastic, appeared and the black rotary switch typical of the time found its way into many homes and offices.

The good old rotary switches or the delicate Rocker switches are back, reissued in different colours, materials and designs. Switches that visually and haptically make switching on the light a joyful "click" every day again.

The switches can be easily used in existing flush-mounted installations.
In this case, wires, cables and installation pipes are laid in the wall and then covered with plaster, making them largely invisible. Switches, sockets and junction boxes are mounted on flush-mounted boxes that are recessed into the wall and covered with single or multiple frames.