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Bellhop Portable Table Lamp

by Barber & Osgerby, from Flos

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bellhop portable table lamp

Design Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2018
Polycarbonate, photo-etched opal diffuser
Made by Flos

"The Bellhop began when we designed a table lamp for the new London Design Museum. The table top Bellhop gives the user ultimate flexibility as a portable lamp. We worked with FLOS and adapted the simple archetype into a series of lamps including wall, pendant and an outdoor. Bellhop casts an atmospheric pool of light and the portable version is like a modern day candle." - E. Barber & J. Osgerby

This sleek tabletop lamp was originally created by renowned designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for the London Design Museum. Evoking the spirit of a candle, the Bellhop can be carried from room to room, casting a pool of direct light wherever it goes. Portable and wireless, it charges via a micro USB-C and holds a charge for up to 24 hours.

* Base and shade in colored polycarbonate (White, Grey, Burnt Orange, Dark Brown).
* Photo-etched opal diffuser in injection-molded polycarbonate.
* Push button on the base that provide 4-step dimming function.
* Battery status indicator positioned under the base.
* USB-C charger cable included.
* Plug-in USB battery charger with interchangeable plugs.

8.3" h | shade: 4.9" dia. | cord: 47.2" L
LED 2.5W, 2700K, CRI90, 250 lumen

$325.00 + free curbside delivery delivery in the continental US
(usually ships in 7-10 business days)
Barber and Osgerby

Barber & Osgerby

London-based industrial design studio Barber & Ogersby was established in 1996 by British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. The two men met while studying for their Master's degrees in Architecture at London's Royal College of Art. Their first piece together, the Loop table, secured a relationship with Cappellini and garnered much acclaim. As a team, their multidisciplinary portfolio now encompasses furniture, lighting and product design as well as art and architectural-scale projects. They are both Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) and are past recipients of the Jerwood Applied Arts prize. Both are Honorary Doctors of Arts, and Osgerby is an Honorary Fellow of Ravensbourne. The pair have lectured internationally and their work is held in permanent collections around the world including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; London’s Design Museum; and the Art Institute of Chicago. Significant recent projects include the Tip Ton chair for Vitra (2011) and the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Torches.
The furniture manufacturers and entrepreneurs Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina founded Flos which became one of the leading Italian light manufacturers in the second half of the 20th century. Its origins lay in the energy of Arturo Eisenkeil who, in 1959, was seeking to find applications for a new, plastic-based material that he was importing to Italy from the United States. Called cocoon™, it was a spray-on plastic coating that Gavina and Cassina recognized as having potential for lighting design. From the outset, Flos established its reputation through its innovative lighting designs from Achille Castiglioni. The collaboration with Achille Castiglioni continued through the '90s, and in 1992 he introduced the "family of products" concept to the market with the Brera series. At the same time, Flos continued to scout for emerging talent at an international level. The first Philippe Starck lamp was produced in 1998, followed by the Miss Sissi lamp, Romeo Moon, and Archimoon series.


bellhop portable table lamp

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Bellhop Lamp
Robert, more than a month ago.
I have three of these versatile lamp and love them. They can go anywhere: on a dining room table, on a bookshelf, by the bed, or anywhere where you want a warm pool of light. The have three intensity settings and hold a charge for a long time.
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Great little lamp
robert, more than a month ago.
Perfect fit for a small bedside table, or anywhere at home. The lamp is fairly small, so not sufficient for this to be a reading light. Rather if you are looking for ambient light in a small footprint, this is a great solution.
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Bellhop Table Lamp
Robert, more than a month ago.
These lamps are very cute. They cast a warm down light and can be moved anywhere because they are cordless. The finish on the lamps is glossy. A matte finish is not available.
I use these lamps as substitute candles on the dining room table. They also look great in a bookcase.
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