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A Copper Lamp Inspired by the Bellflowers of Norway

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A Copper Lamp Inspired by the Bellflowers of Norway

Izabella Simmons September 16, 2013

If you’re lucky enough to be in London this week, you’ll want to check out Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland’s latest design object, a bentwood and copper (or brass) Cloche Lamp. It’s part of the 100 Percent Norway show at Tent London during the London Design Festival, and it’s spectacular; to learn more about the designer, visit Beller, and for more on the event itself, go to 100-percent Norway.

Photography by Magne Sandnes.

Above: The copper shade of the Cloche Lamp resembles a blue bell flower. 

 

Above: The lamp features a cast iron base, a bent ash arm, and a hanging copper or brass shade (shown above is the brass shade).

 

Above: It can easily be assembled from the three pieces, making it easy to store and transport.  

 

Above: The Cloche Lamp “explores beauty, weight, and balance, seeking inspiration in some of nature’s most elegant and remarkable solutions,” says Beller.

Above: Designer Lars Beller Fjetland in his studio in west Norway.

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