Desk & Table
Desk & Table
By starting with a foundation of good design and clever ideas, lamps can go from necessary item to object of desire, while shaping light to add contrast and interest to interiors. Sourced from around the globe, our selection provides considered solutions, creating the right environment in our homes and offices.

FREE SHIPPING On All Lighting Purchased From Our Online Store

product summary image
/images/products/thumbs/175.jpg Ingo Maurer's Alizz T. Cooper shows how a playful, witty approach to design is often the most fruitful. Here, the endlessly flexible table lamp borrows its long, tubular shape from the snake, whilst remaining a highly functional directional lamp that makes a sleek and surprising addition to any interior. Alizz T. Cooper Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/333.jpg Ara, a fiendishly clever table lamp by Philippe Starck features a slightly tilted stem that supports an articulated horn - a signature motif of its prolific designer. The on/off switch is playfully contained in the head, which also rotates to direct lighting for desk task or bedside reading. Ara Table Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/163.jpg Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzato teamed up to design a lighting fixture that not only creates a new, appealing aesthetic but also redefines technology for table lamps. Berenice Desk Lamp Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto
/images/products/thumbs/669.jpg A sensation of ice and light, of heat and chill. Harri Koskinen plays with the contrasts of light and ice in his Block Lamp, which became a design classic as soon as it was launched in 1996. Using glass as the substantial form of the light, Block resembles a block of ice. Block Lamp Harri Koskinen
/images/products/thumbs/160.jpg Combining the basic geometric forms of a circle and rectangle, Jorg Zeidler's Bob is a minimal table lamp with clean lines and considered proportions. With it's small size, the lamp is a great companion for a small desk or on a shelf within a bookcase. Bob Table Lamp Jorg Zeidler
/images/products/thumbs/604.jpg Minimalux's Bulb pays homage to the shape and materiality of the familiar, but soon to be obsolete, incandescent light bulb. The spherical diffuser of the lamp is made from mouth blown opaline glass and elegantly rests on its side, freeing the lamp from the typical constraints with upright lighting. Bulb Table Lamp Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/357.jpg Softly glowing, the delightful Cloud Silver Rain table lamp by Tokyo-based designer Tadao Shimizu for Abovo features a three-dimensional washi-paper cloud shade which is supported by rows of thin metal rods resembling falling rain. Cloud Silver Rain Table Lamp Tadao Shimizu
/images/products/thumbs/657.jpg Made from a single material, Harri Koskinen's Cosy Table Lamp glows warm light from its entire surface. Influenced by the archetypal silhouette of a traditional table lamp, the designer has altered the proportions and modernized the form by only using glass. Cosy Table Lamp Harri Koskinen
/images/products/thumbs/443.jpg British engineer Jake Dyson and his team of designers spent 18 months of intense research and development to produce the most advanced LED light available, the CSYS LED Task Lamp. As aesthetically appealing as it is practical, the CSYS was inspired by an architect's drafting board with clean, graceful lines that imitate the look of a construction crane. CSYS LED Task Lamp Jake Dyson
/images/products/thumbs/164.jpg Reduced to it's most essential elements, designer Torsten Neeland has created an elegant, minimal table lamp that contemporizes the archetypal lamp shade by the use of unconventional materials and a shift in scale. Cut Table Lamp Torsten Neeland
/images/products/thumbs/442.jpg With crisp lines and a gleaming chrome finish, Philippe Starck's stunning D'E-Light offers space for charging and storing your iPhone or iPad while providing functional task lighting to your work surface. Utilizing energy-efficient LEDs to provide even, concentrated lighting for your workspace, the combination of lighting and informational technology has resulted in an object that is perfectly attuned to the contemporary habits of today's always-connected society. D'E-Light Desk Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/588.jpg By folding flat, geometrically-patterned steel into spherical forms, Nendo creates lighting elements that have a sense of motion. The Dancing Squares lamps appear to roll about but are stable, thanks to their planes, and cast light in different directions with their unique pattern of solids and voids. Dancing Squares Lamps Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/345.jpg Seemingly incongruous, water and light meet in a magical way with Ingo Maurer's Delirium Yum light. The spiral of water with a dancing white ball is fascinating to watch as light is reflected by an aluminum mirror drawing attention to the cyclone of water. In the midst of the action, oddly, a feeling of calm takes over. Delirium Yum Light Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/161.jpg Created by making multiple folds in a single sheet of metal, Alexander Taylor's Fold T1 table lamp is aptly named. A smaller version of the Fold T2, the T1 features the same silhouette in a size suited for small tables and bookshelves. Fold T1 Table Lamp Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/155.jpg Its name derived from the production process, Alexander Taylor's Fold T2 table lamp is created by making multiple folds in a single sheet of metal. While the silhouette references the archetypal form of traditional lighting fixtures, Fold T2 explores new technology and manufacturing skills, giving it an exceedingly contemporary look. Fold T2 Table Lamp Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/282.jpg A classic design by prolific designer Achille and his brother Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1960, Gatto Piccolo creates warm diffused light through the unique sprayed resin cocoon. The iconic lamp showcases the designers' ability to create forms with maximum visual effect from a minimal amount of materials. Gatto Piccolo Table Lamp Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/319.jpg Featuring a petite, spherical globe made of luminous mouth-blown opal glass, Jasper Morrison's popular Glo Ball Mini T Table Lamp is the smallest member of his Glo Ball family produced by Flos. The sphere allows for maximum light distribution and highlights the lamp's clean, considered design. Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/318.jpg A robust mouth-blown glass sphere is supported by a thin aluminum stem in Jasper Morrison's Glo Ball T1. Produced by Flos, the clean form of the table lamp is a culmination of the prolific designer's philosophy of "super normal" design. Glo-Ball T1 Table Lamp Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/157.jpg Made from a single laser-cut aluminum sheet, Jetzt is a light, abstract desk lamp designed by the German designer Axel Schmid. The lightsource is two high-volt LEDs that are embedded into a silicone holder. Jetzt Desk Lamp Axel Schmid
/images/products/thumbs/156.jpg A new addition to the Kelvin range of task lighting, Antonio Citterio's Kelvin LED desk lamp provides direct, adjustable light with a double arm and adjustable head in a more environmentally friendly manner. Kelvin LED Desk Lamp Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen
/images/products/thumbs/506.jpg With a unique advanced organic LED head, Philippe Starck's Light Photon Lamp was designed in celebration of Flos' 50th anniversary and is produced in a limited series of 500 pieces. Available exclusively at Luminaire, the lamp sets several world records for its light quality, mechanical integration and advanced OLED technology. Light Photon Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/165.jpg The cube-formed Lotek Lamp by Dutch designer Benno Premsela is a standout example of the simplicity and humor of Dutch Design. Supplied directly to the consumer as a simple, easy to assemble do it yourself lighting fixture kit, the lamp uses minimal materials and has a basic geometric shape. Lotek Lamp Benno Premsela
/images/products/thumbs/463.jpg A constant search of beauty derived from the harmonious relationship of parts, quality and symmetry lead William Pianta to design the Mahari Table Lamp. Able to occupy the space without invading it, this considered table lamp functions according to the needs of the user: sources of light modulate and broaden the horizons and can create a new visual order of space. Mahari Table Lamp William Pianta
/images/products/thumbs/334.jpg Proving to be one of the most successful lamps in the Flos collection, Philippe Starck's Miss K table lamp is built on the designer's ability to translate his insight on social and cultural changes into an object that balances form and function with added wit and character. Miss K Table Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/355.jpg Continuing prolific lighting designer Ingo Maurer's experimentation in poetically pairing the ingenious lighting techniques with cleaver design, the highly sculptural table lamp One From the Heart features two stylized hearts reflecting off each other. One From The Heart Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/434.jpg Well-known for their clean lines and minimalist designs, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec demonstrate how a formal reduction and simplicity of design can breathe life into objects that are both useful and elegant in their LED table lamp, Piani. Piani Table Lamp Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
/images/products/thumbs/420.jpg A reimagined take on the standard compact fluorescent bulb, Samuel Wilkinson's Plumen 001 light bulb adds character and wit to a lighting fixture you won't want to hide. Twisted glass tubing wraps around itself in a mesmerizing way. The dynamic, sculptural form of the bulb contrasts with the dull regular shape of existing lighting fixtures while providing exceptional energy efficiency and high quality of light output. Plumen 001 Light Bulb Samuel Wilkinson
/images/products/thumbs/344.jpg Part of the MaMo Nouchies series designed in tandem by Ingo Maurer and Dagmar Mambach, the Poul Poul table lamp was influenced by sculptor Isamu Noguchi's use of folded paper. Plain sheets of handmade paper are transformed into different shapes by folding and pulling the paper, all done by hand. Poul Poul Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/167.jpg Made of natural concrete, Davide Groppi's Q, a play on the word cube, provides an up light which is at home on the table, shelf or floor. The minimalist form houses a 75 watt halogen bulb. Q Lamp Davide Groppi
/images/products/thumbs/281.jpg Bold and sleek, the Spun T1 Table Lamp by Sebastian Wrong for Flos emphasizes simplicity in its fluid form. Made from machined aluminum and spun into shape, the light embraces modern manufacturing processes to ensure a high level of detail. Spun T1 Table Lamp Sebastian Wrong
/images/products/thumbs/510.jpg Innovative, playful and strikingly simple, the StickBulb Large Table Torch personifies Rux design studio's enthusiastic drive to create work that is both captivating and carefully-executed. Wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine and reclaimed ipe wood from the coney island boardwalk are seamlessly embedded with a strip of LEDs to create a unique light. Stickbulb Large Table Torch Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/507.jpg Innovative, playful and strikingly simple, the Stickbulb Small Table Torch personifies Rux design studio's enthusiastic drive to create work that is both captivating and carefully-executed. Wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine and reclaimed ipe wood from the coney island boardwalk are seamlessly embedded with a strip of LEDs to create a unique light. Stickbulb Small Table Torch Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/158.jpg Simple, clean lines create a modern form in Tab, Barber Osgerby's practical table lamp. The simplicity of form contrasts with the technical characteristics of the ceramic reflector which gives a pure and controllable light. Tab LED Table Lamp Barber Osgerby
/images/products/thumbs/354.jpg Created by prolific Italian designers Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the Flos Taccia Table Lamp provides both indirect and reflected light in an ingenious way. A large mouth-blown glass form acts as diffuser for a metal reflector. Taccia Table Lamp Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/159.jpg A poetic expression of illumination by Tokujin Yoshioka. An orb of light floats within the transparent crystal glass globe of the Tear Drop. Scaled to the size of a human heart, it is not a lighting fixture, but a design of light, itself. Tear Drop Table Lamp Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/162.jpg An essential shape and light structure are the characteristics of the Three Sixty task lamp. It is a jointed and directional lamp, provided with two special patent pending joints allowing the arm and the stem to rotate 300 degrees each, thus adjusting the light emission in accordance to personal needs. Three Sixty Desk Lamp Sir Norman Foster
/images/products/thumbs/278.jpg A highly technical object, a task lamp must combine several necessary parts into a design that is both functional and easy to use. For Wastberg, Swedish designers Claesson Koivisto Rune concealed the the parts and concerns of typical task lamps in the w081t2 LED Task Lamp, creating a minimal, practical design. w081t2 LED Task Lamp Claesson Koivisto Rune
/images/products/thumbs/275.jpg An innovative LED desk lamp, Jean Marie Massaud's w083t for Wastberg exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, organic forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. w083t LED Desk Lamp Jean-Marie Massaud
/images/products/thumbs/276.jpg Maarten Van Severen's w111t LED table lamp is refined, pure and honest; characterized by its simplicity. In his designs, the Belgian designer aimed to achieve optimal perfection in form, detail and execution. w111t LED Desk Lamp Maarten Van Severen
/images/products/thumbs/174.jpg A member of Ingo Maurer's MaMo Nouchies, Ysmen combines visual beauty with technical sophistication. Ysmen is a transcendent creation, an inspirational combination of paper, metal and stainless steel. Ysmen Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/625.jpg Aluminum and bamboo unite in the Z Light Desk Lamp by Ming Yang & Alain Lee. Precise and linear in form, the minimal lamp provides direct task lighting by way of advanced LED technology. Reduced to its most essential form, this light is visually and operationally intuitive. Z Light LED Desk Lamp Alain Lee & Ming Yang