Bellevue – Arne Jacobsen’s greatest achievement
Bellevue, is an iconic designer collection of lighting created in 1928 by the infamous Arne Jacobsen. One of the most admired architects and designers in the world, ahead of his time and a true visionary.
Bellevue was Jacobsen’s first lighting design. It was named after the Bellevue theatre which is one of his earliest accomplishments and it still stands today as a relic of historical value. Picture below.
The Bellevue Lighting collection is recognised by its elegant silhouette, swan like neck and contemporary angular shade.
Designed in the Bauhaus era, Jacobsen took inspiration from the creative arts movement which originated from the iconic German school and created modernist designs/innovations.
The range was expanded to floor, table and wall lights available in contemporary colour finishes.
This timeless design still proves popular even in 2017 and the functionality of this lamp as well as the aesthetic is still highly desirable to modern lifestyles.
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