The rechargeable Bellhop lamp with indirect light from the Italian lamp and design brand, Flos. The design of the characteristic lampshade is inspired by the receptionist bell, which also goes by the name ' Bellhop the bell'. Bellhop was originally produced for the members' lounge and restaurant, Parabola, at the Design Museum London, where it has been a permanent fixture since 2018. The lamp is powered by a rechargeable battery.
Bellhop was designed by the two British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby in collaboration with Flos. The two designers are among England's most well-known and are behind the two design studios in London, Universal Design Studio, founded in 2001 and Map, founded in 2012.
Flos was established back in 1962 by Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina in Merano, Italy with a production of classic lamps, some of which are still produced today.
Bellhop is made of colored polycarbonate and the lamp is rechargeable. The switch is located at the bottom of the lamp and has a 4-stage dimmer function. At the bottom of the lamp there is also a battery status indicator. A USB-C charger cable is included with the lamp. The cord is 120 cm and the plug can be changed to other plugs.
Dimensions: Ø: 12.5 x H: 21 cm
Colour: Rust red
Designer: Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for Flos
Model: Bellhop Table Lamp - F1060075 Brick Red
The lamp is portable.