Bernard Schottlander wall lamp Mantis BS5

Bernard Schottlander wall lamp Mantis BS5

An admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. 

The shade of these lamps has a unique shape, very elegant and easily integrated in every interior.

The perfect wall lamp to illuminate your corridor or a piece of art. Available with or without switch. Discover also the large Mantis wall lamp at the bottom of this page. 

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Features

  • Dimensions: see pictures for the technical drawing
  • Colour: black arms and shade
  • Material: steel with aluminium shade

Additional info about

Bernard Schottlander was born in Mainz, Germany in 1924 and moved to England in 1939. After serving with the British Army in India, he learnt to weld and took a course in Sculpture at Leeds College of Art and subsequently – with the help of a bursary – at the Anglo-French art centre in St John’s Wood. Bernard Schottlander described himself as a designer for interiors and a sculptor for exteriors. After several successful years as an industrial designer, Bernard Schottlander chose to concentrate on sculpture. In the late 1950’s he established a workshop in North London where he was ably assisted for many years by George Nash . From 1965 he taught metalwork at St Martins School of Art. In the same year he was part of the group show Six Artists at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and in the following year (1966) had his fif irst solo show at the Hamilton Galleries, London.

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