Copeland Light™Price: $186.00
Design by Stephan Copeland.
The Copeland Light™ integrates design dexterity with workplace needs at an affordable price. Efficient use of materials, a pioneering spring mechanism and a novel dual-mode head create Copeland's fluid movement and streamlined profile.
The Copeland Light's™ "dual-mode" lamp head, when turned upside-down, emits a smaller pool of light downward and aesthetic ambient light upward from the same bulb. An energy efficient compact fluorescent light lasts longer and emits less heat than standard incandescent bulbs. Yet there is still flexibility to replace that bulb with an incandescent bulb if desired. Two hinges resembling spoke-less bicycle wheels enable a broad range of movement allowing users to position light where it is most needed, thereby limiting eye strain and general discomfort for the user.
Standard base can be used with standard arm only. Compact base can be used with compact arm only. The table clamp can be used with either size arm and works on desks of up to 1.75" thick.
Copeland is available in two sizes, Compact and Standard, in Black or Silver. And it mounts on a base, table clamp, panel mount, slat wall mount or grommet mount. See options and further details listed below.
Standard light ships with a 15-watt compact fluorescent light bulb (included). This is the equivalent light output of a 75-watt incandescent light bulb. An incandescent light bulb can also be used (75-watt maximum, not included). Compact light ships with a 13-watt compact fluorescent light bulb. This is the equivalent light output of a 60-watt incandescent light bulb. A "ceiling fan" incandescent bulb can also be used (60-watt maximum, not included).
Material(s): Steel arm, aluminum axles, zinc coated cast iron base and metallic-painted ABS shade
- Standard: 20.75" H X 21.75" W (at a 90° angle) X 9" Dia Base
- Standard fully extended: 29.75" H X 35.75" W
- Compact: 16.25" H X 17.75" W (at 90° angle) X 7.5" Dia Base
- Compact fully extended: 23.5" H 28.75" W
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Designer: Stephan Copeland
Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Stephan Copeland has worked as a freelance designer since 1989 when he launched Copeland Studio in Los Angeles. Currently based in Merion, Pennsylvania, the studio operates in Montreal, New York City and Northern Italy.
With commissions from leading industrial manufacturers, Copeland built a reputation for creative problem-solving that led to his collaboration with NASA and M.I.T, and to his work with the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA.
Copeland has been featured in several exhibitions and publications and has received several international awards for designs that celebrate performance and the evolution of construction. A frequent speaker at design forums and universities, Copeland passionately advocates the power of industrial design to elevate the physical experience.View other products by Stephan Copeland
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