The ‘Fifty’ lamp was the first product in Anglepoise’s ‘Play’ range. Anglepoise® is loved all over the world for its humanistic, friendly shape and design. The Fifty aims to retain this playful personality.  Image © Ed Reeve    
       
     
 The lamp has been frozen at fifty degrees and set in a solid, unmoveable, frame. This evokes the spirit of the 1932 original, paying tribute to the lamp’s iconic position.  Image © Ed Reeve
       
     
 It is also the best angle to light the surrounding area. The back of the lamp is exposed, illuminating the wall behind it and projecting the lamp’s colour out through the plastic frame.  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     
 The original Anglepoise® lamps were designed for engineers and draughtsmen who needed to see the page with absolute clarity, free of shadows.   Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     
 The heat from the light bulb was even used to help dry their ink. However, these tasks are now carried out on an illuminated computer screens. What is important in today’s office environment is getting the right balance between ambient lighting and task lighting...  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     
 ...to give people comfortable working conditions.  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     
 The ‘Fifty’ lamp was the first product in Anglepoise’s ‘Play’ range. Anglepoise® is loved all over the world for its humanistic, friendly shape and design. The Fifty aims to retain this playful personality.  Image © Ed Reeve    
       
     

The ‘Fifty’ lamp was the first product in Anglepoise’s ‘Play’ range. Anglepoise® is loved all over the world for its humanistic, friendly shape and design. The Fifty aims to retain this playful personality.

Image © Ed Reeve


 

 The lamp has been frozen at fifty degrees and set in a solid, unmoveable, frame. This evokes the spirit of the 1932 original, paying tribute to the lamp’s iconic position.  Image © Ed Reeve
       
     

The lamp has been frozen at fifty degrees and set in a solid, unmoveable, frame. This evokes the spirit of the 1932 original, paying tribute to the lamp’s iconic position.

Image © Ed Reeve

 It is also the best angle to light the surrounding area. The back of the lamp is exposed, illuminating the wall behind it and projecting the lamp’s colour out through the plastic frame.  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     

It is also the best angle to light the surrounding area. The back of the lamp is exposed, illuminating the wall behind it and projecting the lamp’s colour out through the plastic frame.

Image © Mark Polyblank

 The original Anglepoise® lamps were designed for engineers and draughtsmen who needed to see the page with absolute clarity, free of shadows.   Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     

The original Anglepoise® lamps were designed for engineers and draughtsmen who needed to see the page with absolute clarity, free of shadows. 

Image © Mark Polyblank

 The heat from the light bulb was even used to help dry their ink. However, these tasks are now carried out on an illuminated computer screens. What is important in today’s office environment is getting the right balance between ambient lighting and task lighting...  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     

The heat from the light bulb was even used to help dry their ink. However, these tasks are now carried out on an illuminated computer screens. What is important in today’s office environment is getting the right balance between ambient lighting and task lighting...

Image © Mark Polyblank

 ...to give people comfortable working conditions.  Image © Mark Polyblank
       
     

...to give people comfortable working conditions.

Image © Mark Polyblank