Bellevue Table Lamp

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With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colors and a mix of materials.

Distinctive to Bellevue is the 45-degree shade, enabling the lamp to direct the light without excessive glare. The shape of the shade echoes the design of his beloved Bellevue Petrol Station and continued to appear as as a signature design element in Jacobsen's subsequent designs. The slender swan-neck allows the lamp to bench in any directly to optimize its use for a home office, to illuminate a corner or as a reading lamp.

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Available in four colors: ivory white, black, grey beige and satin brass.

Measures: 6.9" Diameter base x 16.5" H, 16.5" lamp depth; E14 bulb, 40W maximum (bulb not included)

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Craft meets art. Function meets form. The material is respected and the potential is revealed. This is Nordic tradition and this is the heritage that is cherished and kept.

&Tradition is a Danish company dedicated to merging traditional Scandinavian design with modern creativity and innovation. Through the company's determination to reshape, redefine and reinvent materials, techniques and forms, &Tradition has claimed a unique position in the international design market. The company works with both emerging and established designers and is renowned for producing some of Verner Panton's and Arne Jacobsen's most iconic designs.