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In designing Circa, our 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.
"With the creation of his first product in 1993, we established a powerful and generative design philosophy."
45° shade tilt and 360° shade rotation make Circa unique within the ambient lighting category.
A simple touch switch allows for three levels of light intensity, while an integrated USB port charges your mobile devices.
Seamlessly supports tablets and other mobile devices.
Available in table, floor, pendant and wall models to complement any residential, office or hospitality environment.
Offers a magical combination of mirror and globe refined down to its bare essentials. The objective with the Bola Disc Flush is to provide both direct and reflected light from either ceiling or wall mounted vantage points.
Minimal use of materials
Contains no hazardous materials such as mercury
Lasts for 50K hours or 25 years of daily use
Uses only 11W of power (90% more efficient than a comparable halogen light source, 40% more efficient than CFLs)