Hello dear reader! How have you been? After a while, I would like to continue introducing you to legendary home decor and furniture designers and their designs and today we will talk about the lamp Blom by Andreas Engesvik. The design of the lamp is so unique and homey, I just could not skip it.
Andreas Engesvik is a Norwegian designer from Oslo, whose aesthetic is all about Scandinavian design. His works are inspiring and promote Scandinavian design on the international scene. Thanks to his contribution to this design style, it is now at the level of its highest popularity.
Since 2010, the designer has been running his own Andreas Engesvik Oslo design studio, which main focus is from furniture and tableware to industrial design. He is mostly working on collaborations with international brands such as Iittala, Muuto, FontanaArte, Asplund and Fogia.
Designed by Andreas Engesvik, Blom is a small table lamp (Ø 15 x H 24 cm), airy and playful.
Its name Blom comes from Norwegian and means “flower”. Thanks to the two adjustable petals, which allow you to adjust the intensity of the light, the lamp does look like a flower. All you need to do is, surprise-surprise, rotate them on the base to shield the glare depending on personal requirements.
The compact fluorescent bulb makes sure you get the most effective lighting with low energy consumption. The lamp is easy to pick up and move around.
Important to add, the petals are made of polycarbonate, so they do not heat up when the lamp is on and you won’t burn yourself if you move it around.
The lamp cost 165.00 € and comes in 7 colours: white, blue, dark grey, yellow, pink, green and violet. You can purchase it at the Italian shop FontanaArte.
Photos by andreasengesvik.no