Anglepoise is certainly a brand which SATORI & SCOUT admire and having covered some of Anglepoise’s more recent launches, this latest release is certainly the smallest of them all. With all great things coming in small packages – an original phrase, we know – the ever-popular 1970’s Model 90 has been relaunched and the super small addition to the Anglepoise family is one full of personality and character.
A tiny statement piece for any office, lounge or hallway, with all the performance and designer flair that you’d expect from the Anglepoise brand, such a small design object stands at half the size of the brand’s standard desk lamp and is a super cute alternative. Packed with designer lighting essentials such as a long-life, dimmable, low-energy LED module that is integrated into the light shade to provide light for up to 20,000 hours, another key aspect is it’s replaceable shade to improve the lamp’s lifespan. Entirely powerable by USB for enhanced portability and adaptability in every situation, such a light has the ability to also rotate entirely about it’s base and swivel up and down. Matching the versatility of the original lampshade design, the 90 Mini Mini lamp is everything you could wish for in a miniature variation.
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A complete re-imagination of the former design, SATORI & SCOUT are very glad to have the opinion that such a modern take on the classic hasn’t ruined the original’s design value in society. Available in carbon black with black, steel blue with grey, and warm silver with ‘blush’, can you find a need (as we’d expect) for such an addition in your life?
Discover more about the brand online at: Anglepoise.com
Anglepoise. Did You Know?Ever single 2009, the brand's notably British status has been rewarded by a feature on the Royal Mail stamp alongside other iconic British designers. With the Original 1227 chosen for the magnificent achievement, Anglepoise is a somewhat unlikely epitome of Britishness.
(Photography Credit : Anglepoise)