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The Journal

  • From little acorns do mighty oaks grow

    Our ethos and core values provide the stablest of bases to build upon. These values are the intangibles that are inherent and fundamental about us as individuals, and they form the core of the culture of Anglepoise the business.

  • Behind the 'Abandon Darkness' Movement

    An Anglepoise has always been a light for life. Since its early days, prizing both form and function in equal measure, it has been an illuminating friend that has moved with its owners through life ...

  • Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing Winners!

    We're proud to announce that Anglepoise has been awarded the 'Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing' award at the Solent Business Awards 2019!

  • Light at the end of the Tunnel - Giant Anglepoise lamps light up Kings Cross

    We've taken up a part of the Kings Cross Light Tunnel with Original 1227 Giant lamps for designjunction 2019.

  • Sasimonokagu Takahashi & Anglepoise

    Founded in 2010 in the Hiroshima prefecture, Sasimonokagu Takahashi is a local furniture studio founded by Yuji Takahashi.

  • Anglepoise storms historic Fort Cumberland

    In July, Anglepoise were given a very special opportunity to feature several Anglepoise lamps in Portsmouth's historic Fort Cumberland. Constructed between 1785 and 1810 by the Duke of Cumberland to protect Langstone Harbour on the English south coast, Fort Cumberland is a visually impressive pentagonal fort that overlooks the coast.

  • Celebrating Sir Kenneth Grange at 90 Years

    It is rare that a designer is still tinkering away at the age of 90 years. But Sir Kenneth Grange is far from tinkering and is still designing serious commercial products for different Brands with the same attention to detail and youthful enthusiasm that he has always done.

  • The new Three-Piece Anglepoise + Paul Smith Edition Four

    In his latest collaboration with Anglepoise, designer Paul Smith revisits a unique patchwork colour scheme previously created for a unique version of the Land Rover Defender.

  • Introducing the Type 80 Collection by Sir Kenneth Grange

    Anglepoise is pleased to introduce a contemporary lighting collection designed by renowned British industrial product designer Sir Kenneth Grange in his 90th year. Anglepoise Type 80 Collection will arrive in stock in September 2019.

  • Lighting Creativity in Portsmouth

    We set a live brief for their new 90 Mini Mini desk lamp to students from the University of Portsmouth studying a Digital Photography module in The School of Creative Technologies.

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