Design by Arne Jacobsen' 1929 Lacquered Steel & Brass,Cast Iron Base,Fabric Cord Made in Denmark by &Tradition
When the Bellevue was launched in 1929, it signaled the dawn of Danish minimalism. With its graceful lines and clean silhouette, Arne Jacobsen’s floor lamp was part of a new school of thought that melded sculptural simplicity with the functionalism of Bauhaus. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in four styles: the floor, wall, plug-in, and table lamp. The collection is available in a number of contemporary colors to suit any interior.
Wall lamp with on / off switch on wall plate. Provides direct ambient illumination. Wired for use with wall outlet.
Production Process: The shade is spun into its distinct shape from a single piece of brass or aluminum.
Materials: Base in satin polished brass or satin polished steel, always with cast iron interior. Flexible stem in satin polished brass or satin polished steel. Shade in satin polished brass or lacquered aluminum. Natural metals are not coated and will patina with time. Fabric covered cord.
Light Source: Socket E12; 40 watt max.
Cord:6' black fabric cord; 6' white fabric cord for white with brass version.
Certification: UL listed upon request.
Environment: For indoor use only.
Care Instructions: Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Natural metals are not coated and will take on a beautiful patina over time; if one wishes, they may be polished with trusted metal polish and soft cloth. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning.