Table Lamp BLOM by Andreas Engesvik for FontanaArte

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Table lamp BLOM was designed by Andreas Engesvik and was manufactured in Italy for FontanaArte.


Blom is a small table lamp by Andreas Engesvik, a Norwegian designer who has made a name for himself on the international scene thanks to his ability to instil emotions, appeal and ideas into everyday objects. Blom is a fun little lamp that is easy to pick up and move and suitable for any purpose. Its name, a contraction of the word blomst, which in Norwegian means flower, is inspired by its petal-shaped blades.


The lamp's intensity can be adjusted thanks to the two petals that gently embrace the diffuser, rotating on the base to shield the light based on personal tastes: with the petals aligned the lamp gives off maximum light. The compact fluorescent bulb guarantees effective lighting with low energy consumption. The metal base ensures stability for the lamp and when turned on, the polycarbonate petals remain cool to the touch.


Diffused light, adjusted by moving the petals. Body in painted aluminium with polycarbonate petals. Diffuser in milk-white and opaline polyethylene. Transparent power cable, plug and switch. European two-pin plug. Bulb not included.


BLOM is available in blue, green, dark grey, pink, purple, white and yellow.


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Colour: Blue, Green, Dark Grey, Pink, Purple, White, Yellow

Material: Metal, Polymeric Material

Dimensions (cm): H 24 x Ø 15

Dimensions (in): H 9.4 x Ø 5.9

Weight: 1kg

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Andreas Engesvik

Andreas Engesvik is one of Norways most prominent designers, having played a major role in pushing contemporary Scandinavian design to the international market and establishing the reputation it has today. After studying art history (at the University of Bergen Norway) and completing an MA in design (at the National College of Art and Design) he went on to co found the design studio Norway Says in 2000. Today, many of the products and furniture from the studio have become contemporary classics produced at a time when the Scandinavian design scene in general, and the Norweigan design scene in particular, was mostly appreciated for the furniture icons of its rich past.

Since 2010 Engesvik has successfully run his own studio Andreas Engesvik Oslo, focusing on long term collaborations with international brands such as Iittala, Muuto, FontanaArte, Asplund and Fogia. The studio works in a variety of design fields ranging from furniture and tableware to industrial design; among the studios more recent projects you will find such diverse projects as a toothbrush for Hay and an armchair for Swedish producer Fogia. Alongside the design practice, Engesvik has been dedicated to promoting Norweigan design as well as teaching and supporting younger design talents in order for them to reach out internationally. In 2012 Engesvik was appointed as Guest Professor at The University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm.