23-25 May, 9am–9pm
Anglepoise® at Albion
63 Turnmill Street
Our latest Spring/Summer 2017 collections will also be on display, following their launch in April's Euroluce at Salone del Mobile in Milan. Among the new collections, we'll be introducing our take on industrial chic with the Type 75™ Mini and Type 1228™ Metallic collections, as well as a premium Ceramic edition of the Original 1227™ Mini - which is characterised by the glossy smoothness of pure bone china.
In addition, we have refined our Type 1228™ collection by adding a more discrete, easily accessible, ergonomically designed switch in the top of the shade to go with the neater base. Lastly, both our Type Range and Original Range accessories have had a makeover - they are now colour matched and redesigned, making them more versatile and streamlined.
Type 75™ Mini & Type 1228™ Metallic Collections
With the interiors trend for metallics now firmly entrenched, heralding a more refined take on industrial chic, British lighting brand Anglepoise® is pleased to introduce the warm, luminous tones of gold and copper to their collection, alongside metallic silver. Now applied to three of their most enduring designs – the Type 75™ Mini desk lamp, Type 75™ Mini wall light and Type 1228™ wall light, these anodised brushed metallic finishes bring new richness to the functional elegance and faultless engineering that is synonymous with Anglepoise®.
Anglepoise and Margaret Howell renew their collaboration by introducing a smart new Sienna Edition into the best-selling Type 75 collection designed by Sir Kenneth Grange.
Offspring of the ever-popular 1970’s Model 90, the 90 Mini Mini lamp has all the versatility and personality of a classic Anglepoise® lamp wrapped up in its tiny form. At half the size of a standard desk lamp it's designed to fit just about anywhere - perfect if you're working on the go or in a low-lit coffee shop.
Whether your home boasts shelves of vintage vases or a sideboard strewn with stones sourced from your favourite beach, the right light can turn a collection of objects into a striking display. Here are design writer Charlotte Abrahams' top five ideas.