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Type 75 Maxi Floor Lamp
Anglepoise & Sir Kennith Grange
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Graphite Grey: $1,000
Jet Black: $1,000
Alpine White: $1,000
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With its oversize brio, the Type 75 Maxi Floor Lamp reimagines the classic Anglepoise in strikingly contemporary fashion. Designer Sir Kenneth Grange pumps up the clean lines and curvaceous form of the Type 75, itself a variation on a mid-century model. With the smooth Anglepoise constant-tension spring technology, this Maxi is easily adjustable and faultlessly balanced as well as graphically emphatic in a choice of black, graphite grey or white.

  • 105" h (max) x 45.25" w (267x115cm)
  • Shade: 7.75" h x 9" dia (20x23cm)
  • Base: 12.5" dia (32cm)
  • Max reach: 59" (150cm) from base to shade
  • ​Cable: 145.75" (370cm)
  • Aluminum shade and arms, cast iron base with aluminum cover, chrome plated fittings, Matte paint finish, Anglepoise® constant tension spring technology, injection molded polypropylene diffuser
  • Branded box
  • Voltage 220/240V, 50/60Hz
  • Class II - Double insulated
  • Note: Bulb weight critical for balance. Approximate bulb weight 25-60g
  • Foot switch (120cm from product)
  • Plug: 3-pin UK plug to BS 1363
  • E27 lamp holder
  • Maximum permitted bulb: 20W CFL / 10W LED E27
  • Supplied with compatible E27 bulb (15W CFL)
  • 15W CFL bulb:
  • Luminous Intensity: 830lm
  • Life: 6,000 Hours
  • Non-dimmable
  • Color Temperature: 2700K
  • CRI (Ra): 80

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Here’s the unlikely tale of how an iconic British design literally "sprung" from an amateur inventor’s workshop. More than 70 years ago, automotive engineer George Carwardine, tinkering with constant-tension metal springs developed by the French firm Terry’s, found they could be moved in any direction but then “stayed put.” He didn’t find an application for cars but envisioned a task lamp based on the mechanics of the human arm. Notably, he added a shade to focus the light which meant that it used less electricity than usual at the time. 

With patent in hand in 1934, George debuted the first Anglepoise at the British Industries Fair. Since then, his original model 1227 and succeeding variations have proved timeless to generations of students, artists and professionals. Anglepoise lamps were produced for World War II bombers, celebrated in a Royal Mail stamp and have inspired tributes from musicians, artists and writers. With new energy-saving strides, the Anglepoise remains true to its defining minimalist design and efficiency.