Artemide recently introduced a refined-looking, energy-efficient table lamp called Egle, which has adjustable direct LED lighting and is available in polished white, black, or chrome finishes. Notice the concave base, a feature included in the lamp by designer Michel Boucquillon for two reasons. It can hold tiny objects and spreads light when the lamp is adjusted downward.
Egle’s stem rotates 150 degrees vertically and 40 degrees horizontally. The diffuser rotates 300 degrees, giving the user the ability to point a beam of light in just the right place.
This lamp arrives with several other LED task lamps on the market or coming soon. Indeed, the energy-efficient lighting market is estimated to grow 35% per year through 2012, according to a press release by lighting retailer YLighting.
Sean Callahan, CEO of YLighting, said modern design enthusiasts have been early adopters of LED lighting, so his company continues to add new lamp offerings – like Egle – “as quickly and economically as possible.” This one is a little more pricey than some, but I guess it all depends on what you need.
[+] Buy an Egle LED Table Lamp from YLighting from $575.
Credits: Artemide.Article tags: LED, lighting