Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red
Audo Copenhagen Phare LED table lamp, burned red

Phare LED table lamp, burned red

Audo Copenhagen

157.25€ 185.00€

Audo Copenhagen
Phare LED table lamp
157.25€ 185.00€


Audo Copenhagen’s Phare lamp, designed by Stanislaw Czarnocki, is a cordless, easily portable table lamp whose geometrical design combines a spherical diffuser and diagonal metal base. The built-in LED unit of the Phare lamp is powered by a rechargeable battery, providing a smooth light that diffuses through the opaque shade.

The lamp was originally designed for the apartment no. 50 at Le Corbusier's ‘Cité Radieuse’ in Marseille, and its design reflects the innovative attitude of Marseille’s landmark of modern architecture. The lightweight and versatile Phare lamp can be freely placed or hung inside the house, and also taken out to the garden in dry weather.

Powder-coated aluminum, polycarbonate
Burned red
13 cm
13.5 cm
23 cm
Light source
Integrated 2.8 W LED (non-replaceable)
Colour temperature
2,700 K
25,000 h
IP rating
Power supply
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
1.03 kg
Integrated switch
Rechargeable battery 7 V, 2200 mAh. Comes with 70 cm USB cable.
Energy label

Stanislaw Czarnocki

Stanislaw Czarnocki is a Polish designer who runs the design studio Umiar in Warsaw together with Katarzyna Kempa. His design philosophy concentrates on clear and functional forms that stand the test of time – besides something special or extravagant, Czarnocki aims towards normal, ordinary and practical designs.

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