Award Winning Articulated Arm Halogen Bulb, Minimalist Design. Fully Adjustable. A design marvel, this task lamp won the 1987 compass I d'oro in Italy. One of the absolute classics in the area of table, reading and task lighting, it was designed by Paolo Rizzatto & Alberto Meda in 1985, and exhibits state of the art halogen technology in combination with lightweight materials achieving extreme functionality, finger touch mobility. Its ultra thin profile makes it an elegantly Minimalist design. The two articulated arms and spring mechanism recall George Carwardine's Anglepoise task light of 1933. The light is exceptional. Green glass diffuser head. Extra long cord for convenience. Moves into almost any position, extremely versatile. Great for small photo shoot set ups, drafting, design. Head rotates 360 degrees. Arms measure 30c and 80c
Condition: Excellent, working, hinges work well, no apparent wear to glass or base.