link desk lamp

by Peter Stathis
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  • the story

The Missing Link

A modern take on the classic desk lamp, this playful and practical Link lamp by designer Peter Stathis will brighten up any space, whether it's on or off.

Available in five colors, the Link lamp features a concentrated array of 15 high-power LEDs, providing a brighter light output than most other lamps in its category. Efficient design elegantly conserves the amount of material required and minimizes the overall number of component parts. Link is also made of recyclable materials and can be easily disassembled.

Features:

- 180-degree movement for natural and precise adjustability.

- Precision-designed joints maintain a consistent, seamless and fluid tension throughout its full range- of-motion.

- Unique L-shaped base allows the lamp to sit in the corner of the desktop, taking up minimum space.

- State-of-the-art electronic components provides for an ultra-slim profile.

- Hi/Low switch and unique optical diffusion focus the right amount of light - just where you need it.

- Uses only 7.5 watts of energy, 97% less than a task lamp using a comparable incandescent light source, 40% less than CFLs.

- Designed for an operational lifespan of at least 20,000 hours, providing a minimum of 10-15 years of daily use.

- 2008 ICFF Editors Award for Best Lighting at New York's International Contemporary Furniture Fair


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  • details
Item ID
18271
Measurements
Arm: 17"-33", Height: 37" Max, Cord: 9'
  • the maker

Peter Stathis

Industrial designer Peter Stathis is the Principal of Virtual Studio in San Francisco. His work is featured in the permanent collections of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and has been showcased in many publications including the Wall Street Journal and Business Week.

Various design institutions including the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and International Design Magazine's Annual Design Review have also recognized him. He has served as the Head of the 3-D Design Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Stathis holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art.

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