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 Bell pendant

design Andreas Lund et Jacob Rudbeck, 2012

The Bell suspension by Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck is robust, the form simple. Designers Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck took their starting point for the design from the iconic shape of a bell. The rounded silhouette and matt surface of the lamp give it the impression of having been cast. The white inner face reflects the light, which falls like a cone and provides downward illumination.

The designers have paid particular attention to detail, emphasizing the meeting point between the cord and the lamp itself in a contemporary way. Smooth aluminum against soft rubber creates an understated yet impactful interplay of materials, bringing the design to life.

Bell fits perfectly in the kitchen, living room, bedroom, hallway and office. Hang a mix of sizes in a group for a dramatic visual effect, use a large cloche above the dinner table or hang the small ones in pairs in the kitchen. The Bell lamp will adorn any room in the house.

Material aluminium

Light source XS - G9 Halogen /  S-M-L E27

Sand – S 

H37 x Ø35 cm

380 €

Sand – M

H44 x Ø42 cm

485 €

Sand – L

H57 x Ø55 cm

605 €

Sand– XS 

H23 x Ø22 cm

275 €

Black – XS 

H23 x Ø22 cm

275 €

Black – S 

H37 x Ø35 cm

380 €

Black– M

H44 x Ø42 cm

485 €

Black – L

H57 x Ø55 cm

605 €

Grey – XS 

H23 x Ø22 cm

275 €

Grey – S 

H37 x Ø35 cm

380 €

Grey – M

H44 x Ø42 cm

485 €

Grey – L

H57 x Ø55 cm

605 €

White – XS 

H23 x Ø22 cm

275 €

White – S 

H37 x Ø35 cm

380 €

White – M

H44 x Ø42 cm

485 €

White – L

H57 x Ø55 cm

605 €

Andreas Lund et Jacob Rudbeck

Jacob Rudbeck graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture and Andreas Lund graduated from the Danish School of Design in 2000. Jacob and Andreas have their own studio. They met during teaching work and decided to start cooperating.


“Design is industrial craftsmanship where the interplay of function and form blend together seamlessly. We want to pass on the Scandinavian design tradition and create everyday objects that have personality without being loud.”