In designing Circa, the Pablo Studio designers wanted to create a product that was revolutionary yet familiar. They not only created a new lamp, but also a new archetype for indoor lighting – one that blurs the boundary between the utilitarian work lamp and traditional shaded lamp.
Circa’s defining feature is a flat-panel LED disc that moves fluidly above its axis point. This mobility allows the lamp to assume an infinite number of positions while functioning as a task lamp that provides balanced, ambient light.
Circa also supports a user’s mobile devices by integrating a USB charging port on the table, floor and wall model
LIGHT Sourced LED Flat-Panel
Light Control Optical Switch (4-stage control. 100%, 50%, 15%, off)
FEATURES 360° shade rotation 45° shade tilt in two directions
USB charging port
Voltage: 120-240V 50-60Hz
Power Consumption: 8.7W
Color temperature: 2700K
Luminosity: 465 Lumens
Luminaire efficacy: 53 Lumens/Watt Color Rendition Index: 85 CRIADA compliant50K hour lifespan
Cable length: 8’ (244cm)
Global multi-plug adapter available
2 year warrant
- Size Description
Diameter 50cm ( base &top)
<b>Designer Information</b><br /> Pablo Pardo. Venezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo has defined his career by creating beautiful, sparse, utilitarian lighting that fosters harmonious relationships between people and their environments. In doing so, he has forged a method of design that produces only the essence of an idea while always championing the user?s experience. Concepts laid bare, his objects speak a universal language. Since establishing Pablo Designs in San Francisco in 1993, Pardo’s studio has gained international recognition for its innovative lighting and home furnishings. He has established enduring collaborations with designers who share his studio's vision, believing that diverse ideas and perspectives inform a higher sense of purpose.Pardo attributes his early passion for design to his upbringing, which he spent surrounded by a family of artists and engineers. Having combined traits from each sphere, he’s shaped a unique creative process upon which his studio thrives. A 1986 graduate from the University of Cincinnati's renowned industrial design program, Pardo’s diverse career includes designing children's roller skates for Fisher Price to creating automobile concepts for Daimler Chrysler.