Superlight Desk Lamp by Pablo Designs
Superlight balances the demands of both workplace and home with a combination of minimal form and maximal function. Superlight is a task light reduced to its essence. A gestural line in space resulting in a precise yet playful structure defying gravity with an appearance of near weightlessness. Superlight is a task light reduced to its pure essence. A gestural line in space results in a precise yet playful structure that defies gravity and achieves fluid, sweeping movement in every direction. The ergonomically positioned switch allows for single-handed use with effortless (0-100%) light level adjustment. The lens also rotates 90 degrees for calibrated light adjustment.Superlight table comes complete with a set of colorful and interchangeable felt pads to match your personality and decor, providing a resting place for your things.Features
- 3-axis rotation at each joint
- Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadows.
- Ultra-light minimal frame with full-range dimming
- 4 colored base pads
- 50K Hour lifespan
- Color Temperature: 3000K
- 6-hour energy saving auto-off timer.
Dimensions & Measurements
Materials: Machined Aluminum, Polycarbonate Lens, Zinc, Steel
About the Manufacturer
Pablo’s designs have been propelled to the forefront of American contemporary lighting by an uncompromising devotion to simplicity and utility. By fusing the highest technical sensibilities with the most appropriate material palette, Pablo is able to create unique, timeless designs with the power to transform any environment. Pablo was founded in San Francisco in 1993 by Venezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo. Embracing a less-is-more ideology, Pablo frequently challenges traditional design metaphors, developing more practical solutions distilled down to their essence, form and light. A common thread links all of its creations, valuing permanence and sustainability, discarding the disposable mindset so prevalent today. Its mission is to create designs that deepen the relationship between objects, their users, and their environments.