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M Lamp

by on Nov 20, 2015 in Dose of Design
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David Irwin designs the M Lamp for Juniper

The design of the M Lamp seeks to create a contemporary play on the aesthetics and function of the Geordie, Davy and Carbide miner's lamps, integrating features such as a handle for carrying and hanging, and a rotating conical reflector for directing light. Environmental sustainability is central to the M Lamp design. Its LED consumes an average 1.2W of power and lasts 50K hours.

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