1. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  2. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  3. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  4. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  5. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  6. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
  7. Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica
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Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica

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Regular Price: £398

Special Price with Discount: £199

 
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Description

  • A 1930s design, part of the famous Bestlite Lamp Collection
  • First expression of British Bauhaus design
  • Functionality and simplicity

Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Replica

Highly influenced by the Bauhaus design principles, the Bestlite 3 Floor Lamp is part of the world-renowned Bestlite collection. This design has many followers, including Winston Churchill. During his industrial design studies, Robert Dudley befriended Walter Gropius – the founder of the Bauhaus movement, this is considered to be the turning point in his lamp design vision. Simple forms and functionality create the aesthetic of this classic design product.

We produce this timeless BL 3 Floor Lamp with a stable floor base and a height adjustable swiveling shade in a choice of black or white.

Additional Information

SKU 5984
Height 150 cm
Diameter 26.5 cm
Bulbs 1 x 60W E14
Cable Length 180 cm

About the Designer

Robert Dudley Best

Robert Dudley Best

Robert Dudley Best 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 Despite its proud history, Best felt that the lamp designs produced by the factory were outdated.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, where many of the designs exhibited were influenced by the work of Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe.

Inspired by what he had seen, Best began his studies of industrial design in Paris and Düsseldorf, where he became close friends with Walter Gropius, the founder of the Bauhaus movement. It was during this time that he made the first sketches of what would become the iconic Bestlite design.