Mosaik Table

Bent Karlby, 1959.

MOSAIK TABLE provides a soft and even downlight, optimized by the conical shade design. The open top allows a decorative stream of light to escape and illuminate the brass fitting. Bent Karlby designed the classic MOSAIK series in 1959.

MOSAIK is a playful yet sophisticated lighting system consisting of pendants, table, floor, and wall lamps. The conical lampshades are connected with brass tubes in an ingenious concept that enables numerous design variations that serve a wide variety of lighting needs.

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details

designer country of origin warranty
Bent Karlby 1912 - 1998 Denmark

dimensions

H 47,4  x  W 17  x  D 17,8 cm

material

Matt painted steel
Solid brass

Outside / Inside

White / White
Black / White

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Bent Karlby 1912 - 1998

Bent Karlby is widely regarded today as one of Denmark’s most productive and versatile lighting designers of the 20th century. He started his collaboration with LYFA in the 1940s, which was a partnership that would last nearly four decades. Bent Karlby is known for his soft light, organic shapes and hallmark peepholes. During his career, Karlby moved more towards pure geometric shapes such as the cone, cylinder and arc along with playful colours. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Bent Karlby never employed staff in his studio. He wanted things done his way and was known for his uncompromising work ethics. 

 

Among his most famous works are the Peanut, China, Japan, Mosaik, Ninotchka, Barcelona and Pan pendants, the Ergo table lamp as well as the Peacock, Quadrille, Pan and Gothic wall lamps.