Copeland™ Task Light

Designed by Stephan Copeland for Knoll®


Item Number: 4412


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The Copeland Task Light (2005) embodies a midcentury form, but with the quality of a classic Knoll® product – all at a startling price point. Stephan Copeland designed his task lamp, available in two sizes, with a pioneering spring mechanism that provides smooth and easy movement from the circular joints. The shade rotates 360 degrees to offer either a directed or diffuse pool of light. The weighted base has a circular cut-out that echoes not only the arm’s joints, but also the iconic work of midcentury designers like Arne Jacobsen. The light’s ease of use is not an accident: “What excites me is making the interaction between people and products more fluid,” says Copeland about his design process. The Copeland Task Light, which is made with 75% recycled materials, received the Best of NeoCon Silver Award in 2005. Bulb (included): compact florescent (can also use incandescent).

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Compact: Full extension H 23.5" D 28.75" Standard: Full extension H 29.75" D 35.75"


Steel arm; aluminum axels; zinc-coated cast-iron base; metallic-painted ABS shade.

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