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Billy Floor Lamp - Ilse Crawford edition

By Kalmar

£2,059.00

  • Description

    Billy BL Ilse Crawford Edition was re-created by London-based designer Ilse Crawford for Kalmar Werkstätten. Crawford adds sophistication, humility and warmth to the utilitarian design of the floor lamp. In the variation, a rosewood stem standing on satin-brass feet replaces the unstained oak and colored lacquer of the original. The lampshade features a duotone finish, matte black exterior with satin brass interior, creating an ambient feel. Like its table version, Billy BL highlights both industrial and anthropomorphic qualities.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: Shade Diameter 36 x 56.5 x H 160 cm

    Recommended light source: 1 × E27 60W

    Material: Rosewood, Brass and Matt Black Lacquered

    Shade: Metal

    Cable: Wheat Color Textile

  • Designer
    Ilse Crawford

    Ilse Crawford (born 1962) is a creative director who launched British Elle Decoration in 1989. Her company Studioilse creates big ideas and emotional values behind brands to produce a long lasting and strong brand identity.

    Studioilse's portfolio includes Soho House in New York, the Electric Cinema, High Road House and Cecconis in London and Babington House in Bath. Studioilse has created furniture and lighting. Current projects include modern breed of coaching inns for Dhillon Hotels, a contemporary identity for the Michelin rewarded restaurant at Grand Hotel in Stockholm, and a spa and well being destination in Kranzbach in the Bavarian Alps

    Ilse has worked across product development and regeneration as vice president of Donna Karan Home where she helped to launch DKNY and Donna Karan homeware. She has also been Creative Director of the Crystal Palace project, where she brought together visionary designers to reinvent the chandelier, showing in Paris, Milan and New York as well as at London's Design Museum.

    Ilse is head of department at the celebrated Design Academy Eindhoven. Her latest book 'Home is where the heart is?' examines our fundamental requirements for survival, safety, love, respect and self-fulfilment and explores ways in which we can integrate these basic emotional needs into design. Her first book, 'Sensual Home: liberate your senses and change your life', is considered by many a bible of modern living.

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    4-5 weeks
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£2,059.00
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