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. The Bellevue lamp reflects Jacobsen’s purity and perfect sense of proportions, which he believed was the fundamental factor in design. Originally launched in 1928, Bellevue was inspired by Bauhaus in a shape echoed in Jacobsen’s subsequent work.