BL4 Floor Lamp

BL4 Floor Lamp

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The iconic Bestlite BL4 Floor Lamp, designed by Robert Dudley Best in 1930, was initially adopted by garages and the Royal Air force engineering departments due to its excellent functionality and adjustable arm. With its numerous finishes, the timeless BL4 Floor Lamp is perfectly suited as a reading light in any contemporary home where additional character is sought.

DimensionsShade: 21cm Ø x 18cm H Lamp: 120-210cm | Cord: 200cm

MaterialsAvailable in a range of hardware and shade finishes, please see tear-sheet under downloads for options

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Robert Dudley Best (1892-1984) was heir to the world's largest lighting manufacturing company Best & Lloyd, founded in Birmingham in 1840. Despite the company's proud history of providing traditional lamps to a prestigious clientele, including Titanic and the Orient Express, Dudley Best was interested in a new collection that symbolised the spirit of the new age by appealing to the more avant-garde architects and setting a new agenda for lamp design. Following Bauhaus principles, Dudley Best had done away with the trimmings and detail of traditional Best & Lloyd products; he had both commercial and domestic use in mind and believed that lighting should be functional and practical as well as elegant. With this in mind, he returned to Birmingham in 1930, determined to put his Bestlite lamp design into production. Shop Designer >
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