Cloche by Lars Beller Fjetland

We really like Lars Beller Fjetland’s new project, the Cloche lamp. The lamp by the Norwegian designer is a lovely hybrid of beauty and balance, which was inspired by the elegant and remarkable eruption solutions one can find in nature. The interesting union of size, shape and material, in combination with the fact that each part is lending its strengths to the other, created a beautifully balanced whole. The Cloche has a cast iron bottom, with a large spun copper lampshade, brought together by a lightweight ash wood stem which can be dissembled into three separate pieces. 

Beller Fjetland grew up on the west coast of Norway, where he has nurtured a lifelong fascination for the combination of function with the finest of nature’s materials in furniture, interiors and lighting. Graduating with a Bachelors’ Degree from Bergen National Academy of the Arts in 2012, Beller Fjetland is now looking to broaden his horizon as an explorer of form and function through different kinds of projects. In this quest for projects we love the versatility in the work of Beller Fjetland, as he already impressed us last year with the also lovely, but very different, ‘Re-turned’ project which consisted of a family of birds made out of old furniture.

The Cloche lamp will be displayed as a part of the 100% Norway exhibition during London Design Festival from the 14th of September until the 22nd of September and has yet to find a producer.

For more information see here.