Link LED Floor Lamp, Small

Designed by Peter Stathis for Pablo


Item Number: 6506
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Peter Stathis’ Link LED Floor Lamp (2008/2009) is designed for movement. With vibrant colors and bold shapes, it infuses any work or living space with a sense of playful animation. Link has a 360-degree swivel, as well two different pivot points, offering a wide range of motion. The circular head holds 15 high-power LEDs and features on-board technology that keeps the LEDs cool and provides uniform light.

  • Manufactured according to the cradle-to-cradle protocol, with an emphasis on components that are intended to be reused for equally viable products.
  • Link’s LEDs use only 7.5 watts of energy and are estimated to last 25,000 hours.
  • Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadowing and is glare-free when working alongside monitor screens.
  • High/low control switch and dual-purpose shade/handle.

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H 56" W 12.5" Maximum reach 26.5" Cord L 9' with detachable power adaptor


Stamped aluminum arms and floor stem; polycarbonate lens; stamped steel base; LEDs.

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