Iconic British lighting brand, Anglepoise, has taken one of its most classic designs and reimagined it to make the new Type 75 Mini Table Lamp.
The original Type 75, launched in 2004 and often cited as Design Director Sir Kenneth Grange’s most favoured design, was itself his reinterpretation of an original Anglepoise design for the 21st century. Its pared-back aesthetic and versatility has made the Type 75 a best-selling collection worldwide.
New for Autumn 2020, Anglepoise has taken the Type 75 in a bold new direction. The Type 75 Mini Table Lamp features a more simplified design, with greater articulation and range of movement within the shade. It is ideal for bedside tables, compact desks and anywhere a smaller, neater profile is preferred.
The Type 75 Mini Table Lamp comes in three satin finish colours: Mole Grey, Umber Black and Turmeric Gold with brushed aluminium details.
It has a large, ergonomically designed On/Off switch on the base of the lamp so there is no more fumbling or stretching to use the lamp.
The new Type 75 Mini Table Lamp features Sir Kenneth's signature light escape which create a ecorative ambient effect and light spill from the top of the shade.
Priced at an accessible £99, the lamp can be used in a variety of rooms and settings, whether it is for student digs, a compact bedroom makeover or a curated home office.
The Type 75 Mini Table Lamp is available from September 2020, and an LED 6W E27 replaceable bulb is provided. It is available to purchase on anglepoise.com or John Lewis & Partners online.
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