Pablo Designs Circa blanc
Pablo Designs Circa
Pablo Designs Circa
Pablo Designs Circa
Pablo Designs Circa
Pablo Designs Circa
Pablo Designs Circa graphite
Pablo Designs Circa



Regular price745.00$
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Circa is a flat disc of LED light that rotates 360° on itself, it is this mobility that allows it an infinite number of positions for a multitude of lighting effects. The brightness is intuitively controllable by touch for four levels of intensity. Circa also offers a USB input for mobile device users on its floor, table and wall lamp models.

  • Lasts for 50K hours.
  • 4-Stage dim control.
  • 45° diffuser tilt in two directions.
  • Color Temperature: 2700K.
  • Luminosity: 800 Lumens.
  • Voltage: 120V – 240V 50/60Hz.
  • USB charging port.
  • Diameter: 10" / 25 cm
  • Height: 14" / 35 cm
  • Diffuser diameter: 12" / 30 cm
  • Cable length: 8’ (2.4m)
  • Use a cloth with warm water.
  • Avoid cleaning with abrasive products.
  • Assembly is required. You can follow the instructions included in the box, or click here to download the user guide.
  • Online, in-store pickup available at checkout.
  • In-stock item(s) shipped within 1 to 5 business days.
  • For special order products, the delivery time depends on the availability of the supplier.


by Pablo Designs
Revolutionary design

In designing Circa, the designers at Pablo Studio wanted to create a product that was both revolutionary and familiar. They not only created a new lamp, but also a new archetype of interior lighting, blurring the line between the utilitarian work lamp and the traditional shade lamp.

Circa, lampe sur pied par Pablo Designs
That turns your head

The main feature of Circa is a flat LED disc that moves fluidly over its axis. This mobility allows the lamp to take on an infinite number of positions while functioning as a task lamp that provides balanced ambient light. Circa is available as a table, floor or pendant lamp.

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About Pablo Designs

Pablo Designs was founded in San Francisco in 1993 by Venezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo. Embracing a "less is more" ideology, Pablo often challenges traditional design metaphors, developing more practical solutions, reduced to their essence, form and light. A common thread connects all his creations, valuing permanence and sustainability, and rejecting the disposable spirit so prevalent today.