• Tatu lamp, 1972, Andre ricard, Santa and cole
  • Tatu lamp, 1972, Andre ricard, Santa and cole
  • Tatu lamp, 1972, Andre ricard, Santa and cole

Tatu lamp, 1972

Tatu lamp by André Ricard for Santa + Cole.

Santa & Cole have released a new edition of André Ricard's classic Tatu lamp. The pop-art icon, Tatu, was conceived in three sections that rotate independently, allowing the lamp to adapt to its environment, from desk to shelf to wall. Ricard was inspired by the light found overhead in a plane and how it could illuminate his book, but not disturb his companion sat beside him.

 

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Tatu lamp by André Ricard for Santa + Cole.

Santa & Cole have released a new edition of André Ricard's classic Tatu lamp. The pop-art icon, Tatu, was conceived in three sections that rotate independently, allowing the lamp to adapt to its environment, from desk to shelf to wall. Ricard was inspired by the light found overhead in a plane and how it could illuminate his book, but not disturb his companion sat beside him.

 

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20.5w x 8d x 25cmh

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Made of ABS plastic, use as a table or wall light. Fittings included.

Available in red or Santa & Cole white.

Santa & Cole have further enhanced the design with the introduction of LED technology, with adaptable light intensity (0-100 %) and including an adjustable converging lens that changes the width of the beam from narrow (30°) to wide (50°).

Electric cable length 2m.
Recommended bulb (included):
Built-in adjustable LED. Output 6W. 350 mA
Includes dimmer control.

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Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Santa and Cole edit elements of domestic and urban furniture and lighting, plant elements, and books. A range converging upon a single concern: not to accumulate, but rather to select; not to enjoy quantity, but rather quality.

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