Sam Weller’s Anagram Table Lamp fuses functionality with visual appeal to create a table lamp with a robust construction and strong personality.
Featuring a generously curved, glossy shade that sits atop two split anodised aluminium legs, the design’s contrasting elements update the familiar lamp typology with an original and contemporary aesthetic. The durable sheet steel shade and tube legs are built to last, creating a solid presence that is characterised by its intuitive functionality. The lamp features an on/off toggle switch and uses standard retrofit bulbs, creating an ambient downlight that makes it equally suitable as a desktop-based lamp, or as a supplementary light source placed on a sideboard or windowsill. The shade is available in several different colour options.
Sam Weller is a British designer, born in Bath (UK) in 1985. With a background in Industrial Design and Engineering, Sam went on to study at the Royal College of Art in London, graduating in 2012 with a Master of Arts in Design Products. He later joined a small London-based workshop space to begin cultivating his own ideas and developments. To date, he has lived, studied and worked around the world in the UK, US and Asia, and now resides in Copenhagen, Denmark. Sam’s design work aims to be timeless and honest, focusing on a pared-back aesthetic that reflects a product’s material selection and function.