Anglepoise Type 75 Mini LED Table Lamp
If you love nothing more than to have an iconic piece of design in your home interior, the Anglepoise Type 75 Mini LED table lamp is perfect for you.
This redesigned table lamp is sure to fulfil your design cravings while being energy efficient. First designed in the 1930s, the restyled weighted base comes complete with a metal shade in a choice of various lavish colours.
The piece form Anglepoise is perfect for using as a reading light or just creating a light-hearted effect in your living room or office.
The smaller brother to the Anglepoise Type 75 Table Lamp, this lamp is ideal for smaller spaces. It is built to exact Anglepoise standards with a heavy base and stainless steel fittings, as well as perfect balance and flowing movement, making it a joy to use.
The lamp comes fitted with a powerful Anglepoise 9 Watt ‘LM2’ LED module with shade mounted touch sensitive switch with dimming and memory.
Additional accessories are available for the Type 75 Mini LED Table Lamp including wall bracket, desk clamp or desk insert. Contact customer services for further info.
For over 70 years, Anglepoise has created table lamps and table lights that are now British design classics. In that time, they have redefined all a table lamp has been and can be.
Cable Length 1.8m
Life expectancy of LED’s - 40,000 hours
Details and Dimensions
|Base 17cm/Reach26 cm||17 cm||40 cm|
Britain’s most distinguished industrial and product designer, was born in London in 1929. He attended the renowned Willesden School of Arts and Crafts and then served with the Royal Engineers, where he trained as a technical draftsman.
In 1972, he founded Pentagram, an international interdisciplinary design practice. Principal clients include: Kodak; he designed the famous Instamatic, Kenwood for whom he designed the famous Chef - still in production after 50 years - and more than 100 other products, British Rail; where he designed the HST 125 and Manganese Bronze, he designed the London Black Cab.
Kenneth has greatly influenced Japanese product design. He views product design as an important part of the manufacturing process, not merely as a means to improving an object’s appearance. Kenneth has been awarded numerous honours for services to design, including: Duke of Edinburgh Elegant Design Prize; 10 Design Council Awards; CSD Minerva Gold Medal; Royal Designer for Industry; Appointed CBE; Five Honorary Doctorates; Master of Royal Designers for Industry; President of CSD; Prince Philip Designers Prize. Kenneth is visiting Professor at the Royal College of Art.
He is Design Director for Anglepoise Limited.