Pixo offers maximum utility in a minimal footprint. The compact and efficient LED task light is highly adjustable, allowing you to focus warm, glare-free light where you need it most. For added convenience, the elegant form factor features an integrated USB port in the base for charging mobile devices. Pixo now offers an expansive array of expressive and sophisticated colors to suit every discerning taste.
- Formed aluminum arm
- Polycarbonate shade and base cover
- Steel base insert
- Height: 42 cm / 16.5 inch
- Width: 12.5 cm / 5 inch
- Depth: 15 cm / 6 inch
- 360° arm rotation
- 180° tilt
- 360° shade rotation
- USB charging port
- Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadows
- Hi-low dim control
- Ships flat-packed
- Power consumption: 3-6W
- Color temperature: 3000K
- Luminosity: 285 Lumens
- Luminaire efficacy: 50 Lumens/Watt
- Color Rendition Index: 90 CRI
- 50K hour lifespan
- Global multi-plug adapter available
- Cable length: 6 feet (182 cm)
- 1 Year warranty
Pablo’s designs have been propelled to the forefront of American contemporary lighting by an uncompromising devotion to simplicity and utility. By fusing the highest technical sensibilities with the most appropriate material palette, Pablo is able to create unique, timeless designs with the power to transform any environment. Pablo was founded in San Francisco in 1993 by Venezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo. Embracing a less-is-more ideology, Pablo frequently challenges traditional design metaphors, developing more practical solutions distilled down to their essence, form and light. A common thread links all of its creations, valuing permanence and sustainability, discarding the disposable mindset so prevalent today. Its mission is to create designs that deepen the relationship between objects, their users, and their environments.
Pablo Pixo Table Lamp Designed by:
- Pablo Pardo , 2011
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.