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The Type 80™ desk lamp has a striking, graphic profile and features an attractive ‘halo’ light-escape in the shade. Every detail has been carefully considered and precision engineered to deliver streamlined style and ease of use, including sprung joint mechanisms and cables that are discreetly routed through the arms.Read More
Designed by legendary designer Sir Kenneth Grange in his 90th year, the Type 80™ collection is a premium lighting collection for both domestic and commercial interiors. Consisting of table, wall and ceiling options, the collection combines high style with ease of installation and durability.
Distinguished by a striking, graphic profile, Type 80™’s design is enhanced by an attractive ‘halo’ light-escape feature in the shade. This adds an extra dimension in low light environments - a refinement characteristic of Sir Kenneth’s designs for the brand. Every detail has been carefully considered and precision engineered to deliver streamlined style, ease of use and consistency across the collection.
“In the history of domestic lighting there is one truly iconic element and it must surely be the conical shade, so is right that Anglepoiseshould have such a classic iconic design in their portfolio. Moreover, with every new model that we launch there is an innovation, no matter how modest. With the Type 80 the visual attraction of light spilling onto the shade outer surface aimsto make the iconic even more distinguished.” - Sir Kenneth Grange
- E26 bulb included
- Matt painted and aluminum finish
- Aluminum shade with integrated shade switch
- Anodised aluminum, CNC-machined joints
- Cast iron base with aluminum cover
- IP20 rating
- Shade diameter: 5.7in
- Shade height: 6.29in
- Max reach: 27.55in (from base to shade)
- Base size: 6.88in x 4.92in
- Cable length: 74.8in
Having previously identified the Anglepoise as his favourite design and a ‘minor miracle of balance’, Sir Kenneth Grange became Design Director of Anglepoise in 2003.