The Kelvin LED Green Mode is part of the Kelvin LED Family. First designed in 2009, it was later upgraded to the Kelvin LED Green Mode I in 2013.
Antonio Citterio, in collaboration with Taon Nguyen, designed this table light which comes with a daylight sensor which, when activated, based on the brightness of the surrounding areas, will automatically modify its light output.
The adjustable table lamp has a fused aluminum alloy body, a double pantograph arm and an adjustable die-cast aluminum outer head with an injection-molded methacrylate diffuser.
The Kelvin LED Green has five models available in anthracite, black, chrome, copper (limited edition), pink (limited edition), white:
2. Clamp Support
3. Desk Support( Hidden Cable)
4. Desk Support (Visible Cable)
5. Wall Mount
Take a look at the Kelvin LED Green Mode II (with daylight and motion sensor) as well as the entire Kelvin LED Family.
Inspiration Behind the Design:
Antonio Citterio & Toan Nguyen have immense experience in the field of Industrial Design. They had a very clear vision in mind when designing this classic light. Antonio Citterio says “With Kelvin, my intent was to start with a spring system and add an essential design. The project takes its design cue from a clamp, which becomes the base, and which explicitly evokes the image of a technical object, with an engineering matrix, inspired by bridges and tensile structures.”