Haworth, Inc. introduced BRAZO at NeoCon 2007 – the light was named Best of Competition and awarded a Gold Lighting award for Best of NeoCon. The new task light, designed by Pablo Pardo of Pablo Designs in San Francisco, has fully adjustable, calibrated light control and a precision quality machined recyclable aluminum body. BRAZO offers functional design compatible with any environment and an LED light source that provides years of service with little maintenance. The light features 360 degree head rotation with 90 degree head adjustability, a height adjustment range from 14 - 21 inches and tangle free wire rotation. It has 18 high powered LED lights with full dim control via its dimmer knob at the back end of the arm. It is the first task light to offer focus control - the simple rotation of the glass tube dial located at the front of the shade allows the user to both direct and choose any desired light spread. This makes BRAZO ideal for use above computer monitors - the light source can be pointed at the work surface without producing light spill on the monitor surface. BRAZO’s use of high powered, high quality LED also provides sustainability and design advantages. LED’s use 15 percent of the energy required for a standard light bulb and are 50 percent more efficient than a compact fluorescent. Due to this efficiency and very low heat output, BRAZO’s LED life span is up to 50,000 hours with little maintenance based on use of 8 hours per day. BRAZO also has several different applications – standard as a task lamp and, with a grometed option, the lamp can be fixed in place on tables or systems through the table top or even under an overhead.
Stone County Ironworks manufactures a diverse selection of professionally designed and built iron furniture, lighting (chandeliers, lighted pot racks, pendant lamps, sconces, torchieres, lamps and candleholders) and accessories.