Let Urban Outfitters show you how neon lights can make the best of the dedicated little corners in our living space for example a retro music spot or a little space for all of your family’s old photographs. Allow the warm neon lighting to wake up the nostalgia!
It is these giant seemingly weightless lighting fixtures that inspired midcentury masters like George Nelson and Isamu Noguchi to create their unique brand of lighting fixtures. While the Nelson pendants and Noguchi light sculptures may not be for the outdoors a simple and colorful paper lantern definitely is great for the vast outdoors. Ultra-affordable and making a big visual impact they are truly timeless.
For a number of years it seems Anglepoise®️ faded into the distance finally regaining its rightful exposure and prominence in the 2000s. The brand’s newfound confidence was doubtless aided by a collaboration with Kenneth Grange the celebrated British industrial product designer and Anglepoise®️ Design Director.
It’s that time of the year again when life moves from indoors to the world outside and most of us are trying to find new excuses to enjoy the sights and sounds of summer and the months ahead. Of course this means plenty of time on the porch or balcony and maybe a lazy evening surrounded by your beautiful garden or small courtyard and its tranquility.
When envisaging the new Control lamp TAF deconstructed the key elements of a lamp – the bulb switch/dial and base – and presented them in a minimalist form. With Control the light and dimmer are controlled by a clever freestanding dial: a simple concept perfectly executed.
In 2005 Anglepoise®️ was approached by the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to produce a giant version of the Original 1227™ lamp (the Original 1227™ was used by Dahl in his writing hut). A truly creative and ambitious statement piece the Original 1227™ Giant floor lamp garnered much attention and is now in volume production.