Crane by Benjamin Hubert
Stockholm 2011: London designer Benjamin Hubert presented this task lamp with a perforated tubular casing at Stockholm Furniture Fair last week.
LEDs are hidden within the perforated aluminium tube, which is attached to its metal stand by a clamp.
The whole arm can be moved up or down by undoing the clamp and the tube pivots around it to adjust the angle of the light source.
Called Crane, the lamp was designed for Swedish lighting manufacturers Örsjö Belysning.
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Here's some more information from Hubert:
Benjamin Hubert x Orsjo - Crane
Crane is an architectural adjustable task lamp with a new typology for Swedish lighting manufacturer orsjo designed by Benjamin Hubert.
The lamp is inspired by industrial engineered metal structures and equipment. A bank of high power LEDS is shrouded in an industrial perforated aluminum casing to create a tube that is uninterrupted by openings.
A simple clamp base supports the articulating horizontal arm, which can be both rotated and adjusted in height.
The adjustment features are finished with tactile industrial knurled detailing.
The material selection and details reference Orsjos history of metal work and production.
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