Product Code: LUP8075-430A Scraplight shades are made entirely from recycled cardboard boxes. All of our lampshades are handmade and therefore can vary slightly in shape and size. These shades throw off unique shadows and is perfect for rooms which need a mellow atmosphere, soft light with interesting shapes.
Dimension: Small:D400mm Large:D600mm , Cord 1500mm Color: White Power & Light Source: E27, 1 x 40W
The George Nelson Bubble Lamp series was first developed by Nelson in 1947 and were produced by Howard Miller in 1952. These unique pendant lights were designed by Nelson to eliminate glare, offering a diffused light by constructing the lamp using taut plastic over a steel wire-frame. The result is a balanced, warm glow of light.
Perfect for both residential and commercial spaces, our Linear Lights are a stylish alternative to downlights. Linear lights can create a functional yet relaxing atmosphere and provide an even wash of light within a space. Our Linear Lighting can be customised to your desired length, look & colour temperature and can either be suspended, surface mounted or recessed to suit your needs. Linear lights are available to be dimmed and the colour temperature can be interchangable to allow for maximum functionality. Contact our lighting consultants today if you wish to enquire about custom linear light options.
Product Code: LUF-F0003(E) Dimension: D60xH35cm Power & Light Source:1xE27x40w(max) Material: Aluminium + Iron Color: Black,White
ARNE JACOBSEN BELLEVUE AJ FLOOR LAMP In 1929 Arne Jacobsen, one of the grandfathers of Danish mid-century design, first brought his considerable skills to lighting fixtures. Predictably, the Bellevue AJ Floor Lamp is a stunning icon; a powder-coated monochrome masterpiece that fills any space with light or can be directed on its masterful swan neck. Jacobsen would reuse the asymmetrical shade for his most famous lamp many years later, but the Bellevue's simple grace and efficiency deserve to be considered alongside his greatest designs.
THE STORY BEHIND THE ARNE JACOBSEN BELLEVUE AJ FLOOR LAMP The Bellevue Lamp was inspired by tubular steel manufacture and actually owes more to the Bauhaus school of design than many of the Danish traditions Jacobsen emerged from. The understated form and design that reflects the production process itself are traits shared with the period's German modernists. The lamp was initially designed for a House of the Future exhibition in Copenhagen. Matching the angles of the house, the Bellevue was the lamp of the future and arguably still is.