META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp
  • META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp

META DESIGN | Apsis | LED Table Lamp

£649.00

APSIS Touch Control Wood Desk Lamp: Illuminate more than just your desk
Lamps provide us light and energy in dark spaces, just like sunlight nourishes the world. The APSIS desk lamp, innovated by British designer Zak Stratfold, finds inspiration in the relationship between Earth and Sun. Its design evokes an armillary sphere, with the round lamp head representing the Sun and the marble base symbolizing Earth. With an APSIS lamp on your desk, your reading experience becomes almost cosmic. 
Like the Sun, APSIS can give off warm, natural, and cold shades of white light, and the user can modulate shade and brightness with a single touch. The rotating lamp head allows light to be thrown not only onto a desk surface, but also onto a wall or ceiling if desired. Flexible directionality and an adjustable tone give you the freedom to create many different internal atmospheres. The lamp’s concave marble base also provides space for conveniently storing small, important objects. 


Name : Apsis
​Designer : Zak Stratfold
Item No. : AG012
Type : LED Table Lamp
Light Source : 5W Muti. white LED  2700k/4000k/6000k
Environment : Indoor
Finish : Walnut and Beech
Coating : Oil

Function : 3 Color Temperature Select and Dimming by Touch
Voltage : 12 VDC
Transformer mounting : On plug
Cord length : 280cm
Material : Wood Veneer, Marble
Dimension : L40xD15xH43cm


DESIGNER | Zak Stratfold

Zak stratfold is a British designer, based in London. Working across furniture, product and spatial design, his projects are tied together through the use of subtle gesture, an engaging tactility and clarity of concept. After graduating from the national school of furniture in 2013, he interned with acclaimed Japanese designer Tomoko Azumi, before moving to Copenhagen to work with Norm architects and danish design brand Menu. Since returning to the UK he has worked with several acclaimed international brands and studios and is currently a core designer for the British heritage brand Ercol. 

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