Description

Pholc’s Bellman wall lamp, designed by Swedish Sabina Grubbeson, features a bell-shaped shade and a clean-lined steel arm that rotates 180 degrees on the wall mount. Bellman lamp is suitable to various uses and spaces not only due to its minimal design but also to its technical features: the length of the arm is adjustable, and the light can be directed by tilting the shade. The brass end of the arm creates a beautiful contrast to the otherwise monochrome lamp.

Pholc

Bellman wall lamp, white


Availability

3–4 weeks

Quantity


Details

Material
Steel
Colour
White
Length
130–205 cm
Diameter
16 cm
Height
46 cm
Bulb base
E27
Light source
4W LED (not included)
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Voltage
220–230 V
Nominal frequency
50–60 Hz
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Plug
EU plug
Cable length
500 cm
Cable colour
White
Cable material
PVC
Integrated switch
Yes
Dimmable
No

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Sabina Grubbeson

Swedish designer Sabina Grubbeson (b. 1973) runs her own studio Grubbesondesign which she founded in Varberg, Sweden in 2010. Grubbeson started her career working as a designer for a Swedish lighting company, and continued with lighting design also as a freelancer with brands such as Pholc and Konsthantverk. Beside lighting, she also designs furniture and textiles.

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