Back in 1992 Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby sparked off a friendship during their studies together at the Royal College of Art and shortly after graduation they opened their first studio in Notting Hill. Their approach to design is characterised by experimentation and innovation, placing the user’s interaction with the object at the forefront of the process.
Barber Osgerby’s designs have established themselves as future classics for a new generation, with examples of their work held in the permanent collections of the V&A, the Design Museum and the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 2007 they were awarded the title of "Royal Designers for Industry" by the British Royal Society of Arts.
New In: Bellhop Floor Lamp
While the Bellhop Table lamp offers a discreet, portable light, the new Bellhop Floor Lamp has more of a sculptural personality. Its vibrant colour palette and striking combination of concrete, glass and aluminium, echoes the vitality of the Memphis design movement.
The original inspiration for the Bellhop Table Lamp stemmed from the desire to create a high-tech, modern day candle that can be easily carried to different locations around the house. Available in six vibrant finishes.
Emitting a soft light, perfect for reading, the Tab LED Table and Floor Lamps feature fully rotating shades, adjustable up to 90 degrees. The shade can also be used for resting a book, ensuring that you'll never loose your page.