anglepoise fifty lamp

March 4, 2008 at 7:15 am Leave a comment

Based on the original, ubiquitous, Anglepoise designed by George Carwardine in 1932, the Anglepoise fifty is another rendition of the famous lamp – this time it’s a frozen shell of it’s predecessor. The idea is that the inflexible, injection-molded polycarbonate design will provide both task lighting for the workspace and ambient light as the open back is (or at least should be) exposed to a wall or surface.

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And let’s not forgot about the 8 foot high version:

anglepoise giant
always makes me smile

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