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Bellevue Floor Lamp, Black/steel

by Arne Jacobsen, 1929 — from 674,00 €
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The Bellevue floor lamp is an early masterpiece by Arne Jacobsen. Designed in 1929 as part of Jacobsen's entry for the "House of the Future" competition the Bellevue floor lamp with its distinctive, timeless form is manufactured today by &tradition in a range of contemporary colours and materials.

Details

Product type Floor lamp
Dimensions Height: 112 cm
Depth: 60 cm
Ø base: 27,3 cm
Cable length: 2 m
Weight 7,7 kg
Colours
Shade,
tube,
base
Cantilever

Material Lamp shade: lacquered aluminium / satin polished brass
Cantilever: satin polished brass / steel
Base: cast iron
Textile cable
Manufacturing
Variants The white version is supplied with a white cable, the black version with a black cable
As alternatives the Bellevue table lamp and the Bellevue wall lamp are also available
Function & properties E27, max. 60 W
Suitable for bulbs of the energy classes A++-E
Delivery includes Light bulb not included
Care To clean, wiping with a damp cloth and a mild detergent is recommended
Certificates & Sustainability IP Code IP20
Protection class II
Warranty 24 months
Datasheet Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,3 MB).

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