|DESIGN||Designer: Louis Kalff|
Design Period: 1950s
Production Period: 1960s
Attribution: Documented in our Archives
|VINTAGE CONDITION||Condition: Good; fully functional sign of age through scuffs, dings, faded finishes, minimal upholstery defects, or visible repairs.|
Restauration: Ztijl Quality Checked | Wiring checked by an electrician
Wear Due: Faded finishes consistent with age and use
|SIZE IN CM||Height: 35|
Tripod Table Lamp “Bijou” by Louis Kalff for Philips, 1950s
Tripod table lamp named “Bijou” designed by Louis Kalff for Philips in ca. 1950s. The shape of this desk lamp is inspired on an UFO. Louis Kalff was an architect and designer and also designed the Evoluon (the form is based on an UFO) now an national monument. This table or desk lamp is still in good original condition with some traces of use and wear on the shade. The wiring has been checked by an electrician. Colour: green and gold. Dimensions: h x d = 35 x 28.5 cm. Source: Philips light ornaments catalogue 1967/68, page 31.
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