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Bellevue Wall Lamp AJ9, Black and Brass

by Arne Jacobsen

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The Bellevue Lamp was initially designed by Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen in 1929. &Tradition is now offering a beautiful re-edition of the Lamp. With the Bellevue Lamp, Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement and the functionalism of the Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colors and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, and versions mixing copper brown or white with brass.

&Tradition reworks design icons from past masters and creates tomorrow’s classics in collaboration with contemporary designers, upholding the tenets of craftsmanship to produce furniture, lighting and accessories that meet modern needs for function, comfort and beauty.

Bellevue Wall Lamp AJ9, Black and Brass, by Arne Jacobsen, &Tradition
- Classic Modern Scandinavian design
- Black shade is spun into its distinct shape from a single piece of metal
- H 11.8" X Ø 6.6"
- Black textile cord, 78.7" long
- Wall arm in brass lacquered aluminum
- Cast iron wall mount in black Ø 3.3" with on/off switch
- E14 socket 1 x Max 25W bulb (not included)
- Plug-in
- Can be hardwired (installation required, not UL certified)
- Indoor use
- Made in Denmark


E14, 1 x 25W Incandescent or LED (not included)
Plug-in or Hardwired (Installation required)
No dimmer (on/off switch on wall mount)
3 lbs
1 Box: 7.7" X 17.7" X 7.9"
H 11.8" 6.6" Cord L 78.7"


Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen is considered the master of Danish Modernism. Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Jacobsen helped defined the mantra for Modernism with his clean, pure lines, coupled with classic craftsmanship. One of his most celebrated buildings is the SAS Royal Hotel from 1960, now called the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Jacobsen designed every detail from sculptural furnishings, such as his elegant Swan™ and Egg™ chairs to the lighting, textiles, ashtrays and cutlery. As an architect and industrial designer, Jacobsen always strove to achieve grace and cohesion. Starting with the functional purpose, which led to radically simplified designs with an inherent beauty. “Jacobsen was an early proponent of mass produced furniture built upon on our Nordic, craft-based heritage,” explains Martin Kornbek Hansen. “A true pioneer who embodies (...) the less-is-more mindset (...).”