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A Copper Lamp Inspired by the Bellflowers of Norway

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 17, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Sep 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. Traveling to London? Make sure to check out our London City Guide for visit-worthy stops. 






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