Bestlite BL3 floor lamp, S, brass - bone china

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Designed by Robert Dudley Best in the 1930s, the Bestlite BL3 floor lamp was highly influenced by the Bauhaus period and has been in continuous production since its launch. BL3 is a compact and highly functional floor lamp – thanks to its adjustable arm and movable shade, the light can be directed to every corner optimally.

Even the British premier Winston Churchill fell for the Bestlite. In addition to having the lamp on his desk in Whitehall, he also took Bestlite with him on his countless trips around the world. Loved by architects, designers and design lovers for decades, today Bestlite is a genuine global design icon.

Robert Dudley Best
Brass, bone china
Brass with lacquered surface, bone china
Shade diameter 16 cm, base diameter 28 cm
Lamp height 113-152 cm, shade height 13 cm
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Max. 13W LED, 9W recommended (not included)
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Robert Dudley Best

Robert Dudley Best

Robert Dudley Best (1892–1984) was heir to the world’s largest lighting factory, founded in Birmingham in 1840. Despite its proud history, Best felt that the lamp designs produced by the factory were outdated. In 1925, Best visited the International Exhibition of Modern Design in Paris and inspired by what he saw, he began his studies of industrial design in Paris and Düsseldorf. During his studies Best became close friends with Walter Gropius, the founder of the Bauhaus movement. It was during this time that he got inspired by the Bauhaus era and made the first sketches of what would become the iconic Bestlite design.

Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill, the former British prime minister is numbered amongst its many famous users. He actually loved it so much that he took it with him when travelling around the world.

Eighty years on, the Bestlite design stays close to its industrial roots and true to its original design. Bestlite is held in permanent collections at both the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum in London. Loved by architects, designers and design aficionados through its 80-year history, today, Bestlite enjoys global iconic status.

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