Edward Barber was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1969. He started his collaboration with Jay Osgerby in 1997. Both Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have lectured at a number of design events and design schools, including hosting workshops at Ecal, Switzerland and the Vitra Design Museum. Barber & Osgerby's work is found in many permanent collections including the V&A Museum-London, Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York and the Design Museum, London.Jay Osgerby England (1969 - )
Jay Osgerby was born in Oxford, UK in 1969. He started his collaboration with Edward Barber in 1997. He experimental Hula Stool, 2001, originated from sheet plywood reassembled to create complex, compound curves; the Shell Table, 2002, (nominated for the Compasso d'or) and Shell Chair, were further structural studies in plywood. The use of folds created beam structures that could take the weight of a person but were also incredibly light. In 1999 Levi's approached Barber & Osgerby to join a team who were developing the ingenious 'Engineered Jeans' range. Barber & Osgerby were responsible for producing 2 hangers to display the range in all Levi's 9000 shops around the world.
|Product Type: Desk||Style: Modern|
|Fixture Material: Metal||Number of Lights: 1|
|Wattage per Bulb: 40 Watts (W)||Country of Manufacture: Italy|
Questions & Answers
FLOS Tab 12.87" H Table Lamp
William from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
I love the Tab table lamp. the form is very pleasing to the eye and the build quality is high. the LED light provides just the right amount of lighting for a desk and the tab design helps adjust the ambient light effect. In that sense, the lamp is both a task lamp and a table lamp that provides room lighting -- not just direct lighting for a task.
Good quality, nice design
Cm from Pittsburgh, PA– Verified Buyer
The lamp is made of decent materials and looks as good as pictured. Arm swivels around at the base. Good size for a desk.