• Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos
  • Bellhop floor lamp, 2020, Barber osgerby, Flos

Bellhop floor lamp, 2020

Bellhop floor lamp by Barber Osgerby for Flos.

The Bellhop Floor lamp is the newest member of the Bellhop Family, by Barber Osgerby. Similar in form to the portable table lamp, the shade has instead been upturned and crafted in hand-blown opal glass, sitting upon a slender painted aluminium stem with a contrasting concrete base. The bold colour palette and selected materials visually referencing the Memphis design movement.

With an integrated foot-operated dimmer switch, the illumination can be carefully controlled to suit any atmosphere, while the opal glass softly reflects and diffuses the light.

All colours, apart from white, feature a white opal diffuser. The white stemmed light has a grey opal glass diffuser.

"We suggested to Flos that we should make an uplighter as part of the Bellhop collection. So, we flipped the top upside-down, but we needed a bit more character for such a large scale lamp. We did this by making the top glass, which gives a really lovely glow" - Edward Barber.

 

Lifestyle photographs courtesy of Federico Torra.

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Bellhop floor lamp by Barber Osgerby for Flos.

The Bellhop Floor lamp is the newest member of the Bellhop Family, by Barber Osgerby. Similar in form to the portable table lamp, the shade has instead been upturned and crafted in hand-blown opal glass, sitting upon a slender painted aluminium stem with a contrasting concrete base. The bold colour palette and selected materials visually referencing the Memphis design movement.

With an integrated foot-operated dimmer switch, the illumination can be carefully controlled to suit any atmosphere, while the opal glass softly reflects and diffuses the light.

All colours, apart from white, feature a white opal diffuser. The white stemmed light has a grey opal glass diffuser.

"We suggested to Flos that we should make an uplighter as part of the Bellhop collection. So, we flipped the top upside-down, but we needed a bit more character for such a large scale lamp. We did this by making the top glass, which gives a really lovely glow" - Edward Barber.

 

Lifestyle photographs courtesy of Federico Torra.

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26dia x 178cmh

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Made of aluminum, glass and concrete.

Available in four finishes:

Glossy red brick with an opal white diffuser, Glossy cioko with an opal white diffuser, Glossy green with an opal white diffuser and Glossy white with an opal grey diffuser.

All variants come with a concrete base.

Light source: Integrated COB LED - 26W - 2700K - 1023lm
Dimmable via dimmer on cord.

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Flos was founded in 1962 in Merano, for the purpose of producing modern lighting.

Flos was founded in 1962 in Merano, for the purpose of producing modern lighting.

With the intention of developing new lighting concepts, the company enlisted the aid of Achille Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and Tobia Scarpa. Many successful designs of this trio are still manufactured half a century after their initial realizations. One of the first materials the team experimented with was cocoon, a very pliable material made in the USA. In 1964 Sergio Gandini joined the company, and the headquarters were moved to a new site near Brescia.

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