Fabien Dumas presents a new lamp in cooperation with the Spain based company Marset.
It’s a juicy bunch of grapes, Nick Mason’s drums from Pink Floyd, the constellation of Perseus… There are so many examples that could be used to describe TamTam, a new perception in the world of lamps, which extols repetitiveness by focusing on the archetypal lampshade: a number of light sources pointed in different directions, geometrically arranged to invoke a feeling of organized chaos.
TamTam consists of a large central shade (50cm) in lacquered aluminium, to which are attached various satellite shades (35cm), which can be rotated through 350º by means of a swivel mechanism. An opalescent, methacrylate diffuser over the open end softens the light.
Two models are available: with either 3 or 5 satellite shades.
Each shade can be personalised in any of the following colours: black, white, orange, tobacco, green or grey.
TamTam is suitable for any space. Using more than one, the sets of shades with their different positions can be used to create vast, multi-coloured ceilings, each one different from any other.
Berlin based product designer Fabien Dumas was born 1976 in Fort de France, Martinique, and graduated from Berlin University of Art, Germany, as Diplom Designer for Industrial Design in 2003.
During his studies in Germany he worked as a freelance designer on several projects with industry and renowned department stores such as KaDeWe or Galeries Lafayette.
He also worked as a freelance designer for Arne Quinze at Quinze&Milan in Kortrijk, Belgium in 2006.
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