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Anglepoise® + Paul Smith is a stunning interpretation of the Anglepoise® Type 75™ range, combining the unmistakable form and function of an Anglepoise® with the quintessential style of Britain’s foremost designer. Created for Anglepoise® by leading British industrial product designer, Sir Kenneth Grange, the timeless Type 75™ design provides the perfect canvas for a designer known for his mastery of colour.
The Type 75™ Mini and Type 75™ desk lamp are available in the three established Paul Smith and Anglepoise® Edition colours, while the Type 75™ Giant floor lamp comes in the colour scheme from the very first collaboration - Edition One.
Edition One's colours are evocative of the summer, while Edition Two uses the deep, rich hues of autumn. Edition Three takes a different approach by using the visual vocabulary of Dutch painter Mondrian’s De Stijl style of art.
- Satin powder coated finish
- Aluminium shade, fork and spacers
- Aluminium and steel base with cast iron base weights
- Stainless steel fasteners and adjusters
- Anglepoise® constant tension spring technology
- Shade diameter: 42cm
- Shade height: 47cm
- Max reach: 270cm (from base to shade)
- Base Diameter: 60cm
- Cable length: 450cm
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Anglepoise take the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 14 days for an exchange or full refund.
For over 70 years, Anglepoise has created a range of table lamps and table lights that are considered to be British design classics. Characterised by its pioneering balance mechanism developed in the 1930s, Anglepoise products are the ultimate in flexible and functional lighting.
Anglepoise table lamps remain true to George Cardwardine’s original design whilst incorporating modern features such as energy-saving bulbs. The brand’s huge appeal has also seen the iconic table lamp evolve into many different forms and in many different designs courtesy of collaborations with the likes of Sir Paul Smith, Eley Kishimoto and Margaret Howell.