...In many ways however that is exactly what the Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen did... One of Denmark's first, and foremost, functionalists, Arne Jacobsen was responsible for some of Denmark's most important post war architectural projects including Rødovre Town Hall, Toms Chocolate Factory in Ballerup and the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which upon its completion in 1960 was the tallest building in Scandinavia and remains today a towering monument to the utopian visions of the period...
Bellevue Table Lamp, Black/steelby Arne Jacobsen, 1929 — 472,00 €
|Product type||Table lamp|
|Dimensions||Height: 51,4 cm
Depth: 58 cm
Ø base: 19,5 cm
Cable length: 2 m
|Material||Lamp shade & tube: lacquered aluminium or satin polished brass
Cantilever: satin polished brass or steel
Base: cast iron
|Variants||The white version is supplied with a white cable, the black version with a black cable
As alternatives the Bellevue floor 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
|Datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,3 MB).
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(smow) blog Design Calendar: April 28th 1925 – L'Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes opens in Paris
...It must however also be noted that in addition to the absentees the 1925 exposition did represent an important milestone for several soon-to-be stars of their branches, including Poul Henningsen who was awarded a Gold Medal for what was to become the first in the now legendary PH lamp series,6 the then student Arne Jacobsen who was awarded a Silver Medal for a chair project,7 while a fresh faced Gio Ponti was awarded a coveted Grand Prix for a collection of objects for the Florentine porcelain manufacturer Richard Ginori... Carsten Thau & Kjeld Vindum, Arne Jacobsen, Danish Architectural Press, Kopenhagen, 2002 8...
...Back in July we celebrated the 60th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's Ant Chair for Fritz Hansen, including mention of the heavy criticism that greeted its presentation, in particular the criticism that it only had three legs... Criticism that didn't concern Arne Jacobsen one jot...
...In 1956 Arne Jacobsen was commissioned to create the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen; a contract he took on with great gusto and which, true to his understanding of an architect being responsible for the complete composition, saw him not only create a building, but all the fixtures and fittings... While the most famous furniture pieces from the SAS Royal project are without question the Swan Chair and Egg Chair, those who take the time to investigate a little deeper will unearth further gems of Arne Jacobsen design...
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