Once again premier contemporary design store Heal’s is dedicating all of their windows and a sizable chunk of their central London Tottenham Court Road ground floor space to their annual Festival of Light.
This 3-week long showcase of the brightest and best in lighting design highlights both emerging and iconic designers first-hand and includes a striking steam bent wooden pod installation by Tom Raffield, a Smart Home Concept by Phillips and the unveiling of a new autumnal Russet Red edition of our very own Type 75 Mini desk lamp which will also feature in a window in a striking ‘miracle of balance’ display.
This AW18 Russet Red Edition of Sir Kenneth Grange’s Type 75™ Mini desk lamp will make even the coldest North-facing room feel warm and welcoming. Brownish reds may be right on trend at the moment but they’re also remarkably versatile. Introduce as a bold colour statement into a neutral interior, or in striking contrast to primary or softer tones. Best of all, mix and match with rich autumnal hues and create a snug nest you won’t want to leave till next Spring.
The Type 75™ Mini desk lamp – Russet Red Edition will be available exclusively at Heal’s Tottenham Court for Festival of Light.
Heal’s is at 196 Tottenham Court Rd, Bloomsbury, London W1T 7LQ. The Festival of Light runs from16th October to 5th November, 2018.
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