Our Type 1228™ will introduce a vibrant pop of colour into any interior space.

Base diameter
19.5cm
Bulb life
15000hrs
Bulb type
CFL / LED
Bulb weight
25 - 60g
Cable length
200cm
Class
Class II
Colour temperature
2700K
Cri
80
Dimmable
No
Finish
Ocean Blue
Ip rating
IP20
Lamp packaged weight
4.23kg
Lamp packaging
27.8 x 19.4 x 46.8cm
Light Bulb Cap Type
E27
Light bulbs included
Yes
Luminous intensity
470lm
Max reach
66cm
Plug
UK
Shade diameter
17cm
Shade height
18cm
Switch
Shade mounted
Voltage
220 - 240V
Wall bracket
4.7 x 9.5cm
Wattage
20 / 10w

Its attractive, flexible shade can be rotated to create a highly efficient work light, or tilted away to dispel a warm, ambient glow around the room. The wall bracket has a subtle profile, with a broader back plate for better stability, and adds options for hardwiring a lamp or a trailing cable to the wall socket. Designed by Sir Kenneth Grange in 2004, our Type 1228™ offers all the functionality of the traditional Anglepoise®, but with a more contemporary aesthetic and exceptional versatility.
Featuring Anglepoise® Constant Tension Spring Technology and that distinctive, hemispherical, twin layered shade, the collection includes an easily accessible, ergonomically designed switch in the top of the shade.


Kenneth Grange

Design Director of Anglepoise® since 2003, Sir Kenneth Grange began his illustrious career as a technical illustrator whilst in National Service. He subsequently made his reputation as an industrial product designer and in association with four partners founded Pentagram, now an international design practice with offices in USA, Germany and London. Grange’s remarkable work spans half a century and his user-centered, often quintessentially British designs have helped shape the parameters of everyday life for so many. Not only everyday household brands like Kenwood, Parker, Kodak - and of course Anglepoise® - have received the Kenneth Grange treatment but also the InterCity 125 train, the regional Royal Mail postbox and the latest London BlackTaxi.


In 1932 automotive engineer George Carwardine develops a formula for a new type of spring. He discovers that pivoting arms supported by a sequence of these springs can be repositioned with the lightest touch yet will remain perfectly in place once released. Carwardine has just created the blueprint for an Anglepoise®.