Work it! With the Link Clamp Lamp there's no need to sacrifice prime desktop space. Designer Peter Stathis modernizes the classic task lamp with energy-efficient LED technology and a spare shape, eliminating the usual springs and visible cords. From lighting brand Pablo, Link offers a 360-degree swivel and 2 different pivot points for nearly unlimited utility. The striking circular fixture combines 15 high-output LEDs for uniform light but uses only 7.5 watts of energy and is estimated to last 25,000 hours. And a spectrum of bold tones emphasize Link's crisp graphic appeal.
- Small: 26" h max x 7.5" w x 28" d max (66x19x71cm)
- Medium: 33" h max x 7.5" w x 35" d max (84x19x89cm)
- Clamp: 0.5-2.25" clearance x 3" w (1.3-5.7x7.6cm)
- Cord: 8' l (244cm)
Aluminum, zinc, steel, polycarbonate
- Optional USB port add-on available
- Rocker switch light control (high, low, off)
- 360° rotation at base
- Full-range height adjustability
- 180° front to back head tilt
- Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadows
- Light source: (99x) high-output LED array
- Voltage: 120/220V 60Hz
- Power Consumption: 7W
- Color Temperature: 3000K Luminosity: 305 Lumens
- Luminaire efficacy: 44 Lumens/Watt Color Rendition Index: 90 CRI
- 50K hour lifespan
- Cord length: 8’ (244cm)
- Global multi-plug adapter available
- 1 year manufacturer's warranty
When it comes to form and light, one of the most consistently innovative resources that continues to further California’s creative legacy is Pablo Designs.
Namesake Pablo Pardo bucks conventional design tropes along with pushing some of the best environmentally considerate and progressive technologies, among them is his proprietary non-glare flat-panel LED. The San Francisco-based firm advanced the market with roll outs of features such as device charging and pairing LED illumination with high-fidelity sound.
Design runs in the Pardo family DNA. His twin brother and their sister are also industrial designers, and their father is a civil engineer whose work took the family of 7 from their native Venezuela to Chile and then Ohio. Pablo started young, tinkering with remote control airplanes in his father’s workshop. As an adult, he designed for both the toy and automotive worlds, finally focusing in on lighting and launching his eponymous brand in 1993. Twin Fernando contributes to the signature collection, including collaborating with his brother on the best-selling Pixo, winner of the prestigious Red Dot prize. That spirit extends to the stable of leading international designers who have also pushed the boundaries of light with original and critically acclaimed work for Pablo Designs, from Peter Stathis and John August to the celebrated Michael McCoy, among others.
“When we set out to create something, we keep in mind that someone has to use it, and interact with it, so the fixture should be intuitive and easily understood,” observed Pablo, a practicing devotee of Dieter Rams’ less-but-better maxim. “Our designs are very simple on the outside, but complex on the inside. We believe that good design should provide a lifetime of service, and now LEDs allow us to do this.”
With its highly animated quality, the lighting design of San Francisco’s Peter Stathis is as prized for its high performance attributes as it is for its distinctively sculptural appearance. Peter regards his tellingly named Virtual Studio as “equal parts office and atelier.” His work has been repeatedly honored, including Interior Design magazine Best of Year, ICFF Editors Award and the prestigious Red Dot Design Award and is in the permanent collections of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. All of which doubtlessly affirms his stated goal of his studio “as an experimental laboratory for advancing industrial design culture.”