Our classic contemporary lighting in various settings
Our lights are used in a wide range of setting from medieval to contemporary, from domestic to industrial. Locklamps can be found in Architect’s homes and studios, schools, offices, kids play rooms and even the occasional workshop.
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Ply Shade desk Lamp or Floor Standing Reading Lamp
Birch ply and nickel plated steel lamp that takes standard E27 bulbs, LED or CFL. The angle of the lamp can be changed.
Above, Early MK1 and later Mk2 Ply Shade LockLamps. Photo courtesy Andy Simmonds, Architect. The floor standing lamps are ideal for reading but can be swivelled to wash the walls with light or to as a picture light. A 5 amp plugged circuit with a low wattage dimmer switch is a great way to light a room with maximum flexibility.
Low wattage plug in dimmer switches are available for use with suitable LEDs or compact fluorescent lamps. We do not currently offer these but they are available from third parties and the technology is progressing very fast.
Floor standing lamp in Architect’s home in Tokyo. We supplied two lamps wired for Japanese E26 lamps and USA style power sockets.
Architect’s home in Norfolk (UK). This very lovely owner designed and built straw bale home is a near-miss Passivhaus.
Another Architect’s home! This lamp will soon be re-located in the owners self-build Passivhaus home.
Double desk lamp with red and black leads.
Floor standing lamp with DIY stainless steel shade in a potter’s workshop.
Contemporary Wall Light
Images of our customisable contemporary wall light with E27 holder for mains voltage LED or CLF lamps. Available with or without a pull switch. These wall lights work great with dimmable LED lamps.