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Design by Rich, Brilliant, Willing, 2011.
Hand built in the USA.

The Channel Reading Floor Lamp is a new collection of low energy, high output lamps; state-of-the-art technology housed within simple forms and materials. Channel lighting is trim and powerful, producing over 700 lumens on less than an 18 watt draw. It's arm is made from anodized aluminum and acrylic, the mast is hickory wood and the base is made from painted steel.

Includes 108" of black cord and features a floor switch on cord. UL Listed.

Material(s): Aluminum, Metal, Maple, Wood, Steel, Metal

Dimensions:

  • 18"W X 46"H
  • Base: 10"D

Lamp Type: LED

Bulbs: 1 X 8.4W 120V LED module; 2700K(warm white), CRI 85 (included)

Listing: CUL, UL

Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.

Instructions: Click to download instructions.

Model(s): CH-R1

Rich Brilliant Willing

Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams are Rich Brilliant Willing. An internationally renowned furniture design studio based in Manhattan. Operating a laboratory style workshop, they place emphasis on material and formal exploration often through the appropriation of familiar objects and ideas. They consult for an international clientele including SCP, Innermost, Artecnica, Areaware and Urban Outfitters as well as producing a self-branded collection of furniture and lighting. A knack for taking existing components and strategically rethinking them is the core of their design philosophy and earned them a place in I.D. magazines "Top 40" designers in 2009.

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Rich Brilliant Willing

Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams are Rich Brilliant Willing. An internationally renowned furniture design studio based in Manhattan. Operating a laboratory style workshop, they place emphasis on material and formal exploration often through the appropriation of familiar objects and ideas. A knack for taking existing components and strategically rethinking them is the core of their design philosophy and earned them a place in I.D. magazines "Top 40" designers in 2009. Made in the USA.

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