Brutalist pair of vintage iron wall lamp by Karl B. Bilgrei 1970s, Norway

Noma Nordic

kr 4,500.00 SEK Sale price

A great pair of mid-century Norwegian brutalist wall lamps designed in the 1970`s by iron smith Karl Bruno Bilgrei. Robust iron wall lamps appropriate both for indoor and outdoor use. Center circles made of brass. Nice decorations. Size each: 37 cm high, 31 cm wide and 11.5 cm deep.

Karl Bruno Bilgrei (1898-1990) was a Norwegian iron smith. He has made the beautiful lizards at Vigelandsporten at the entrance to the Frogner Park in Oslo in collaboration with Gustav Vigeland and he participated in the decoration of the Royal Mausoleum at Akershus Castle. For the latter, he received the honorary award from the Oslo Crafts and Industrial Workers' Anniversary Fund for the outstanding works in Arts and Crafts.

"A pair of Scandinavian mid-century modern lamps you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"

Regular price kr 4,500.00 SEK

A great pair of mid-century Norwegian brutalist wall lamps designed in the 1970`s by iron smith Karl Bruno Bilgrei. Robust iron wall lamps appropriate both for indoor and outdoor use. Center circles made of brass. Nice decorations. Size each: 37 cm high, 31 cm wide and 11.5 cm deep.

Karl Bruno Bilgrei (1898-1990) was a Norwegian iron smith. He has made the beautiful lizards at Vigelandsporten at the entrance to the Frogner Park in Oslo in collaboration with Gustav Vigeland and he participated in the decoration of the Royal Mausoleum at Akershus Castle. For the latter, he received the honorary award from the Oslo Crafts and Industrial Workers' Anniversary Fund for the outstanding works in Arts and Crafts.

"A pair of Scandinavian mid-century modern lamps you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"