Tatou S armadillo design suspension lamp

Tatou S

SKU:
FU776209
Price :
$445.00

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Part of the Tatou family, this exceptional style gets its name from the French for “armadillo,” a tribute to the unassuming animal whose brilliant structure keeps it protected and makes it unique. Like the other pieces in this collection, designer Patricia Urquiola conceptualized this pendant lamp to play on the filtration of light, with remarkable results.

The Tatou-S offers diffused light and has an exterior diffuser in PC (polycarbonate). Its internal diffuser is injection-printed opal PC. The socket accommodates either a compact fluorescent or a halogen lamp bulb.

  • Internal ID

    15853

  • Installation Pdf

    TATOU_S1-S2_EUR-USA.pdf

  • Mounting

    Ceiling Pendant

  • Lamp (Bulb) Description

    1 x 75W E26 T10 Halogen (Not Included) 1 x 150W T10 Medium Frosted Halogen (Included)

  • Lamp ID

    L00100

  • Environment

    Indoor - Dry Location

  • Dimmable

    Yes (Dimmer not included )

  • IP Rating

    IP20

  • Finish

    White Bronze Black

  • Construction Material

    Polycarbonate, Steel

  • Cord Length / Color

    163" - Clear (Cord length can be shortened during installation)

  • Weight (lbs)

    2.64 lbs 10.36 lbs

  • Voltage

    120

  • Dimensional Image

    Tatou-S2-diagram.jpg Tatou-S1-diagram.jpg

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  • product_diagram

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    An unexpected display of diffused light, named for a humble, unique, and incredibly strong creature.

Inspiration behind the design:

“The process began by looking for different ways to reconstruct membranes, conceived like Japanese armor: a series of metal buckles cleverly united by tapes with a powerful emotional value,” explains designer Patricia Urquiola. “The word 'tatou' has an emotional sound to it, which I think is consistent with the emotional function of this object.

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