"Beolab 8000" floor lamp & CD holder, designed by David Lewis for Bang. & Olufsen around 1990.
The brushed aluminium structure stands on a square stone (schist) base.
The intensity is adjusted using the "Touch" finger on the brushed aluminium structure.
The lamp is in good condition, the power supply has been replaced and is working perfectly.
"The Beolab 8000, as light as a ballerina on pointe...". It was designed by David Lewis, inspired by an organ pipe found at a flea market, a musical symbol to be sure, but one of lightness and timelessness in its common measure...
- Artist / Designer:David Lewis(1939-2011)
- Issuer / Manufacturer:B&O (Bang & Olufsen)
- Period:20th Century / 1990
- Country of Origin:Denmark
- Dimensions (H x W x D):145 x 25 x 25 cm
- Weight:20 Kg
- Style:Scandinavian Design
- Materials:Brushed Aluminium, Stone
- Belgium Delivery:50€
- France Delivery:100€
- Worldwide Delivery:On request
David Lewis (1939-2011) was a British industrial designer best known for his work for Bang & Olufsen. He was a leading member of the Royal Designers for Industry. Many of the products he designed are part of MoMA's permanent design collection.
Bang & Olufsen (B&O) is a Danish company that designs and manufactures high-end audio-visual products and equipment. It was founded in 1925 in Quistrup, Central Jutland.