Inspired by the intricate balancing act of a contact juggler, Flos' IC T1 High Table Lamp features the warm glow of a globe diffuser perfectly poised on an elegant metal stem.
The Flos Tab T Table Light is an energy-efficient design by Ed Barber & Jay Osgerby featuring a swivel head that allows you direct light wherever you need it.
A study in contrasts, the Arum table lamp mixes organic and man-made qualities to create this atmospheric design from Scandinavian design brand Ferm Living.
The Fienile Table Lamp is a playful and ambient light inspired by architectural buildings, designed by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan
The W182 Pastille Table Lamp by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin is a minimalist table lamp that offers a soft, ambient illumination.
The essential form of the Fortebraccio Table Lamp conceals a thoughtful construction with extreme fluidity of movement
A bold twist on the classic Anglepoise lamp from British clothing designer Margaret Howell
Richard Sapper's Tizio Micro Table Lamp for Artemide has a clever balancing mechanism and wireless technology that make it a true engineer's design piece.
Artemide's Pausania Desk Lamp was Italian designer Ettore Sottsass' decidedly Memphis interpretation of the traditional 'Bankers Lamp'
The same iconic silhouette and trademark mechanism of Anglepoise's 1227 desk light with a smaller footprint
New for 2022 is the National Trust Edition of the 1227 Desk Lamp in a timeless Sage Green colourway
Vico Magistretti's Eclisse Table Lamp for Artemide features a unique diffuser that 'eclipses' the light source enabling you to control the light intensity.
Rubn's James Table Lamp references classic Scandinavian design with an adjustable head allowing you to direct light wherever needed.
The Mantis BS3 table lamp is part of a series of DCW reissues of Bernard Schottlander's iconic mid-century Mantis collection
Wästberg's w127 winkel desk lamp challenges the perception of a material that is known to people as just plastic, going further than the norm, not only in terms of function and looks, but also in terms of the feel and tactility of the material.
Flos' Snoopy table lamp was designed in 1967 by Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and was inspired by the classic cartoon character of the same name
The Lampe Gras No.205's archetypal aesthetic and strong functionality make for a 1920s design that was truly ahead of its time