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Bellhop Battery Portable Table Lamp

By Flos

£175.00

  • Description

    Rechargeable direct light table lighting device. Base and dome in coloured PC. Diffuser in Opaline injection moulded photo-engraved PC. 24-hours' autonomy, charging via Micro-USB-C. Push-button switch positioned on the base provides the 4-step dimmer function. Battery status indicator positioned under the base. USB-C charging cable included useful length 120cm. USB battery charging on the plug with interchangeable plugs.

  • Technical Info

    Dimension:
    ø 12.5 x H 21cm

    Material:
    Polycarbonate

    Finish:
    White
    Grey
    Choko
    Brick Red

    Note:
    Led included, not replaceable


  • Designer
    Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

    dward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their eponymous studio in 1996 after graduating with Master’s degrees in Architecture from The Royal College of Art in London. From their first studio in Trellick Tower in London, they designed their first piece, the Loop Table, produced by Isokon in 1997. Much of Barber and Osgerby’s early work involved the folding and shaping of sheet material, influenced by the white card that they had used frequently in the architectural model making. In 2004 the pair were awarded the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize. This led to a commission to design new pieces for the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill On Sea. Known for their use of colour, with the limited edition Iris tables, Barber and Osgerby developed a new direction, using colour as the starting point for the work. The same year saw the launch of Tab for Flos, a return to the folded form. In 2009, Barber and Osgerby launched their first major commission for Murano glassmakers Venini which resulted in a series of unique, large-scale glass vases, created in limited editions and shown in Milan, Porto Cervo and London.

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    • Brick Red
    • Choko
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    • White

  • Delivery

    4-5 weeks
    Made to order item

£175.00
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