Arne Jacobsen’s First Lighting Collection

"AJ7 Floor Lamp embodies the refined Bauhaus movement and the idea of architectural functionalism."


Slim, statuesque, and imbued with timeless simplicity.

Bellevue was an early masterpiece by Arne Jacobsen launched in 1929, also Jacobsen’s first foray into lighting concept to signaled the dawn of Danish minimalism. The Bellevue Floor Lamp was inspired by modern tubular steel manufacturing and the modernist design with the functionalism of the Bauhaus era.

Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism. Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognizable in the Bellevue Lamp. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in four styles: the floor, wall, plug-in, and table lamp.


Arne Jacobsen’s floor lamp was part of a new school of thought that melded sculptural simplicity with the functionalism of Bauhaus. With its graceful lines and clean silhouette, the geometric 45-degree shade is constructed from spun metal, this is mounted to the swan-like neck making it so simple to brighten different areas of your home.

The 45-degree cut shade also became a prominent element in Jacobsen’s subsequent designs, enabling the lamp to direct the light without excessive glare. The shape of the shade echoes the design of his beloved Bellevue Petrol Station and continued to appear as a signature design element in Jacobsen’s subsequent designs. The slender swan-neck allows the lamp to bend in any direction to optimize its use for a home office, to illuminate a corner or as a reading lamp.

To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are a new range of colors and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass are would fit in perfectly to your minimalist décor and bring timeless design into your residence.


After studying at the Royal Danish Academy of Art, Arne Jacobsen won the house design competition "Future House" organized by the Danish Architectural Association. Since then, his reputation and ultra-modern design style have quickly spread in the world.

As an architect and industrial designer, Jacobsen always strove to achieve grace and cohesion. Starting with the functional purpose to led a simplified design with inherent beauty. Jacobsen’s creative process centered on his strict consideration of detail. It may seem typical today but in the early twentieth century, white walls were not yet in fashion. From the very beginning, Arne Jacobsen was ahead of his time with his architectural functionalism. For more than half of the twentieth century, Arne Jacobsen’s ideas shaped the landscape of Danish design, rippling out from Scandinavia to influence architects and designers around the world.Original drawing by Arne Jacobsen, House of the Future, 1929

About the designer – Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen was born and raised in Copenhagen, defined by his pure, fluid lines and streamlined designs.  He is one of the grandfathers of modern Danish furniture and the minimalist Danish style. As an architect, Arne Jacobsen had very strong decision-making skills, making it possible for him to influence not only the design of the building itself but the majority of the details. He is best remembered for his simple, yet elegant and functional chair designs include the famous “Egg Chair “ and the “Swan Chair. air”.


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