Wall lamps are the newest contemporary luminary trend, but the BL6 Wall Lamp from the Gubi Collection features an extremely universal design that has been admired in the market since 1930. It was designed by Robert Dudley Best, and showcases a crisp, liner build that was inspired by the Bauhaus movement of the early twentieth century.
The design of the BL6 Wall Lamps was highly influenced by the simplicity and straightforward aesthetic that characterizes the Bauhaus movement. Its simplicity and industrial roots are what sets its design apart even today. The universality of modern aesthetic makes sure that the BL6 Wall Lamp remains a classic that complements the contemporary style very well, and continue to do so even the future. This wall lamp has been in continuous production since its conception in 1930, and remains a customer favorite even today.
The stylish and trendy aesthetic of the BL6 Wall Lamp represents only one part of its beautiful aesthetic. The other is defined by its great pragmatics and functionality. Its mobile arm can be maneuvered in all directions, making for easy, qualitative ergonomics. Its shade is also adjustable, which means that the user can customize the dilution of the light emanating from the fixture. This versatile functionality make sure that the BL6 Wall Lamp can work in both a visual and logistical capacity.
The sleek, timeless design of the BL6 Wall Lamp ensures that it remains a professional and personal favorite for both designers and customers, alike.
GUBI is a Danish design company founded in 1967 by Lisbeth and Olsen. Gubi works on products with innovative aesthetics that are designed by Danish designers and architects. Recently, Gubi has embarked on a reissue to revisit Danish design classics.