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Clamp Lamp Mini
Dana Cannam & Pablo Design
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White Oak w/ Red Cord: $345
Walnut w/ Black Cord: $345
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Small is beautiful. Designer Dana Cannam's now-iconic Clamp Lamp for Pablo has been re-imagined in this compact mini table model. Dana's fusion of the timeless warmth of wood combined with the latest LED technology now fits on a shelf, small bedside table or any nook where space is limited. The cantilevered arm can be adjusted effortlessly to any position, providing warm, focused light where needed most. In white oak or walnut, the Clamp Lamp Mini boasts the same economy of materials, 25-year LED daily-use lifespan and flat-packing ability that make it a little wonder of sustainability as well.

  • 18.25" l x 8"d x 18" h (46.5x20.5x44cm)
  • Available in white oak with red cord,
  • or walnut with black cord
  • Finishes: Walnut or white oak
  • Polyurethane bushings, leather clamp pad, aluminum and polycarbonate lens assembly
  • Arm rotation is 360°
  • Hi-low dim control
  • Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadowing
  • Walnut or oak, polyurethane, leather, aluminum, polycarbonate
  • Flat-packed branded box
  • This item normally ships within 48 hours.
  • Cord length: 8ft. (244cm) with detachable adapter
  • Power Usage: 8W | Hi–low–off switch
  • Light source: 60X Hi-output led
  • Luminosity: 325 lumens
  • Color rendering index: 85
  • Color temperature: 3000K


“Lighting is undergoing a revolution at the moment,” says Venezuelan-born designer/entrepreneur Pablo Pardo, who’s leading the disruption with the mix of cutting-edge technology and always-cool minimalism behind his signal brand Pablo. As he puts it, nowadays, “you can build smarts right into the lamp.” Internationally recognized, the San Francisco company was started 20-odd years ago and now Pablo racks up design awards regularly for its more than 40 technology-driven and elegantly sparse collections worldwide.

The lighting industry thought-leader credits his upbringing in a family of artists and engineers for the always forward-facing Pablo style, which embraces innovations such as LEDs and flat-panel light. “Lighting is also shrinking in size: LEDs are so small that you can put them almost anywhere,” he adds. “So the standard iconography of a lamp with a shade is being upended.”