The B-4 table lamp was created in 1945 by Greta Magnusson Grossman, a Swedish designer and architect. Greta Magnusson Grossman left Stockholm in1930 to settle on the west coast of America. She introduced Californians to the unique style of Danish modernism, whose commander-in-chief is Arne Jacobsen. This metal lamp stands out for its retro design and the original functionality of its lampshade.
The latter consists of twelve triangular blades that can be rotated to diffuse a multitude of softened lighting options. You can change the silhouette of the table lamp and adjust the lighting according to your preferences by playing around with different angles. Entirely made of steel, the B-4 is elegant down to the last detail with its white structure on four legs and textile cable with its golden tips.