Dr. Sten Lapidus, Dr. Hedvid Müller-Lapidus.
The floor lamp was part of the complete interior from Futurum ordered by Dr Sten Lapidus for his and his wife, Dr Hedvig Müller-Lapidus, first own home on Baltzar von Platens gata 6 on Kungsholmen in Stockholm in 1938.
Sigrid Eklund Nyström, "Furniture architect in the 1930s - About the interior design company FUTURUM and how a new professional group establishes itself", Nordiska museet's documents 112, Uddevalla 1992, see drawing with interior design proposals, Baltzar von Platens gata 6 in Stockholm, pages 284-286.
Interior design company Futurum:
Futurum was one of the interior design companies founded in the wake of the Stockholm Exhibition in 1930.
The company was founded in 1934 by Margareta Köhler and Marie-Louise Idestam-Blomberg. The interior design philosophy was in line with the ideas presented at the Stockholm exhibition, the furniture would be adapted to the client's needs and be functional. Margareta Köhler designed most of the company's furniture. They strived to create a whole in the interiors they created, so Futurum also provided other things for the home, such as utensils, fabrics, carpets and lamps, both self-produced and by other manufacturers. In 1941, Futurum was closed down. Despite good reviews and good grades, they had a hard time making the business financially sustainable.