An­gle­poise lamps

Be in­spired by the in­dus­trial style of the iconic Bri­tish An­gle­poise lamp

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An icon of 20th-cen­tury Bri­tish de­sign, the An­gle­poise lamp has fea­tured in de­sign mu­se­ums, graced Royal Mail stamps and in­spired nu­mer­ous artists and mu­si­cians. The orig­i­nal An­gle­poise was de­signed by Ge­orge Car­war­dine in 1932 and over the years has been rein­ter­preted by such well-known de­sign­ers as Paul Smith and Mar­garet How­ell. So func­tional and time­less is Car­war­dine’s bal­anced-arm de­sign that other brands have taken in­spi­ra­tion from it, mak­ing it the only style of lamp you’ll ever need for your stud­ies.

Home Repub­lic Lind floor lamp,

$309.95, from Adairs. An­gle

2.0, $689, from Dou­glas

and Bec.


ta­ble Chrome large floor lamp, $289,

from Flux Bou­tique.

Her­bert Terry An­gle­poise

lamp, $550, from Mr Big­gleswor­thy.

Artemide Tolomeo mini

lamp, $625, from ECC.


How­ell An­gle­poise

lamp, $415, from Ev­ery­day


Home Repub­lic Moda ta­ble

lamp, $179.95, from Adairs.

Re­pro­duc­tion Lampe Gras task lamp,

$300, from Homage.

Brad­shaw ta­ble lamp,

$129, from Free­dom.

Lampe Gras 317

desk lamp, $1220, from


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