The project has been over a year in the making and is the celebration of a collaboration between Anglepoise, The University of Portsmouth and Strong Island a community group from Portsmouth. The strength and breadth of talent in Portsmouth has been showcased at the exhibition
On a recent trip to Japan, our Anglepoise® MD, Richard Sellwood chanced upon a fantastic new showroom concept. Intersect by Lexus, located in Tokyo’s fashionable Aoyama district, turns all notion of the traditional car showroom on its head
Back in March, when the Fab Guest team first approached us about installing some of our lamps in their new soon-to-be contemporary guesthouse, (located just off Brighton’s seafront in the fashionable Kemptown conservation area), all they could show us was a couple of mood boards - each one dominated by one of our massive Giant1227™ floor lamps
We were part of the the Carnaby Style Night in collaboration with GQ Magazine which sees over 100 fashion brands, restaurants and bars unite to create the ultimate shopping experience for men. Alongside the 20% discount on new season menswear collections, there will be live music, DJs and DJ masterclasses, money can't buy experiences, tastings, trend talks and much more.
This year’s for the London Design Festival we shall be showing a collaborative exhibition at Speakeasy Espresso & Brew Bar in Carnaby Street. The ‘Creating Balance Project’ explores how we balance competing demands as we pursue quality of life, through the use of the Anglepoise® Lamp.
Maison&Objet 2012 is the first opportunity for French interior designers, specifiers and retailers to see the exciting new Anglepoise Duo™ range of interior lighting. The range covers table, wall, floor and pendant lamps.
Anglepoise is extremely proud to announce at Light+Building that 2012 is our 80th Anniversary. Light+Building, world’s largest trade fair for lighting and intelligent buildings, takes place in Frankfurt on 15‐20 April 2012.
We have been working hard for the last couple of weeks to come up with a product that really has to be seen to be believed. Spanning 4.5 metres across, and weighing over 300 KG, this really is a piece that makes a visual impact. It has also challenged our abilities in the art of structural engineering to deal with the huge forces involved. It will be shown for the first time at Quibique, a new designer show in Germany next week ...