White Z-Bar Floor Lamp

Ultra-thin and flexible, the Z-Bar floor lamp fits any room or décor. Ideal for reading in an easy chair or at a counter, it brings the clean, slim design of the Z-Bar family without the need for a table.

The touch-strip is located near the LED head for easy access. Slide your finger along the strip to dim gradually, or touch anywhere on the strip to jump directly to any brightness, including off. Need ambient light? Turn the LED head to the ceiling. Need reading light? Pull the LED head down to sofa or chair level. Need no light at all? Fold the LED head against the body and you have a slim, sculptural piece.

Adjustable positions and generous reach provide for a perfect lighting companion. Compatible with optional occupancy sensor.  FREE SHIPPING!

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Product Details


  • Z-Bar Collection
  • Designed by Peter Ng
  • Assembly required
  • No bulky bulbs – just a slim row of tiny LEDs you can turn to illuminate any direction
  • The super-adjustable LED head can spin in its socket, sweep side to side, and rotate around the end of the arm to point in any direction
  • Optional occupancy sensor
  • LEDs have a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Touchstrip for continuous dimming and on/off control
  • Multiple dimming levels
  • Cool Light is only offered with Metallic Black and Silver finishes
  • Awards: inBest of Category in in I.D. Magazine’s 2006 Annual Design Review, Permanent collection at Die Neue Sammlung, Munich, TIME Magazine’s inBest Inventions Of The Year in 2007, Adex Silver Award 2008
  • Energy Star rated
  • UL and cUL Listed
  • Title 24
  • Available in Silver, White or Metallic Black finish
  • Available in 3500K (Warm Light) or 4500K (Cool Light) Color Temperature
  • Environmental considerations
  • Fully recyclable aluminum
  • Water-based paint
  • FSC certified packaging
  • LEDs do not contain mercury
  • Low power consumption (< 10 watts)
  • 37% pre-consumer recycled material by weight
  • LEED credit eligibility
  • Designed by Peter Ng


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