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DCWéditions Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp, black
DCWéditions Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp, black
DCWéditions Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp, black
DCWéditions Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp, black

Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp, black

DCWéditions

575.00€

DCWéditions
Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp
575.00€


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Description

Mantis BS2 Mini is a smaller version of the Mantis BS2 wall lamp and a member of the Mantis collection, designed by Bernard Schottlander in England in 1951 and relaunched by the French brand DCWéditions. The Mantis lamp is a combination of flexibility and balance – it captures the feeling of movement. Mantis BS2 Mini wall lamp comprises a thin, counterweighted metal arm that rotates 180 degrees. The lamp has an elegant metal shade that gives it a unique, soft expression.

Besides being a designer, Schottlander was also a sculptor and engineer. Influences from his versatile background can be found from the counterbalanced structure, precisely bend thin metal bars and sculptural lampshades of the Mantis collection.

Material
Steel, aluminium
Colour
Black
Width
27.2 cm
Depth
71.5 cm
Diameter
16.8 cm
Light source
Integrated 3W LED
Luminous flux
318.55 lm
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Voltage
10–12 V
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Plug
Detachable driver plug (EU, UK, US, AU)
Cable length
230 cm
Cable colour
Black
Cable material
Textile
Weight
1.1 kg
Dimmable
No
Notes
Rotation 180 °
Energy label
F

Bernard Schottlander

Bernard Schottlander (1924-1999) was born in Germany but moved to England to work when he was 15 years old. He worked at a factory as a welder and simultaneously took sculpture classes at Leeds College of Art. His technical knowledge in welding and also experience in sculpture influenced his work later on.

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