Adjustable studio task floor lamp

This product is not the actual original design but a reproduction of a classic design. The original product was a 1930s British task lamp that was designed by someone who specialized in vehicle suspension systems. This one is a faithful reproduction of that design and it could successfully be compared to the original.

Adjustable studio task floor lamp

The lamp was made using spun brass and it’s fitted with tension-spring supports developed in the last century and refined over decades, thus possibly a better version of the original lamp. It also features a 360-degree swiveling head that glides on an extension arm that adjusts at 3 points to assume a range of positions. This makes the lamp very adaptable and also extremely versatile as it can be used both in offices, living rooms, bedrooms and even terraces or decks.

Adjustable studio task floor lamp

It has a very distinguished design and a hand-applied oil-rubbed bronze finish with antique brass accents that gives it personality. The lamp uses one 40W max bulb. Its dimensions are 25″W x 11″D x 60″H. In case you decide to purchase this extremely functionally piece, you can expect delivery in 3 to 7 business days. Now you can buy it for the special price of $299 as opposed to the original $379. The lamp is only available in one color and one size.

Published by in Lighting, on October 20th, 2011


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