Armitage accent lamp

Joe Armitage


Inspired by Edward Armitage’s original floor lamp designed in 1952. The Armitage lamp collection, completed in 2021, is Joe’s revived contemporary twist on his Grandfather’s elegant concept. The collection shares the iconic conical shade and consists of a floor lamp, desk lamp, wall lamp, accent lamp and two suspension lamps. 

Product Information

In 1952 architect Edward Armitage travelled to Ludhiana, India, to design and construct a hospital for the newly independent country. During his two years in the Punjab region, Armitage also developed several pieces of furniture. The original lamp was one of these pieces, constructed from the scarce resources available to him. The sleek frame was crafted from Indian rosewood, the unique conical shade shaped with paper, and connecting the two was a paint tin lid and bike spokes. Today, the lights are made in London using a mixture of handcraft and digital techniques. The now endangered Indian Rosewood has been succeeded by American walnut and the improvised materials of the past, substituted for solid brushed brass and a recycled felt laminate unique to the product. 

Frame: Black American walnut with natural oil/wax finish.

Shade: Recycled felt laminate from water bottle PET.
Fixings: Solid brushed brass.
Cable: Black fabric.

Technical Specifications
In-line rotary dimmer.
LED E27 dimmable bulbs included.
Warm to dim 2200K > 2800K.

H 45  Ø 18.5 cm 
Cable length: 250 cm

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