Olle Lamp Design Olle Anderson by Bsweden
The Olle lamp is designed by Olle Anderson. It is a table lamp in white opal glass. The Olle lamp is available in two sizes, the small and the large. The Olle lamp is made up of two elements, a cylinder and a cone. The light from the cylinder flows through the cone and illuminates from top to bottom. The Olle table lamp small consists of 1 piece of glass and is 36 cm high, the diameter is 15 cm. The Olle table lamp large consists of two glass elements and is 50 cm high and has a diameter of 18 cm. Besides the fact that the Olle Lamp large is larger, you can also recognize it by the black frame parts on which the cylinder stands.
Olle Anderson is a well-known Swedish interior architect and industrial designer. Olle Anderson’s work spans interior architecture, interior and industrial design, and arts / crafts. He collaborates with several Swedish companies in the fields of furniture, lighting and environmental design. For the past 10 years he has designed and created textile patterns, unique glass and works of art.
The light source of the Olle Lamp small is a 4 Watt E14 LED light source which corresponds to the light output of a 40 Watt incandescent lamp. The light source of the Olle Lamp large is a 7 Watt E27 LED light source, which corresponds to the light output of a 60 Watt incandescent lamp. The color of the light is 2700K, which we experience as warm light. This is supplied with the lamp.
Bsweden was founded in 1993 by Gunnel Svensson. The name of the company was actually Belysningsbolaget but because nobody could pronounce this it became Bsweden. It is a trend-setting Swedish manufacturer of design lighting, with production only in Sweden. They have won important international awards such as the Good Design, Blueprint and the UK Furniture Industry Award. Their designers are Swedish, Danish and Icelandic. You can find their lamps in many prestigious locations worldwide, such as Oslo and Stockholm Airport, The Great Eastern Hotel and Harrods in London and The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.