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Mobile Bellhop LED designer table lamp – rechargeable
The Bellhop LED table lamp was designed by the founders of the Universal Design Studio, Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, who worked with the company FLOS in 2018 to realise their design for the Parabola Restaurant and the members’ lounge of the Design Museum in London, which has had new premises in Kensington since November 2016.
The result was the wireless Bellhop table lamp which has a base and a lampshade made of coloured polycarbonate. The diffuser is made of photo-engraved, injection-moulded, opal polycarbonate. The integrated LEDs feed their light into a plastic panel at the side, creating a diffuse, glare-free light which can be dimmed to four levels via a button on the base of the light.
Mobile use of the Bellhop table lamp is possible for up to 24 hours. It can be recharged via a micro-USB connection. A charging time of three hours is necessary for six hours of use with a maximum light output. The battery status display can be seen under the base.
A USB C charging cable is included.
The Italian lighting manufacturer FLOS has been associated with the best known art, architecture and design museums in the world for more than 50 years.
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