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ESTABLISHED & SONS - Table lamp
£ 560.00
£ 335.00
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  • Composition: Aluminium, Steel
  • Dimensions: Height: 25.94 inches Width: 13.65 inches
  • Product code:58001746QH
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More about this item
The Tank light boasts a simple archetypal design. Repetitious and rhythmic folds made in sheet aluminium mimic the pleated fabric of traditional light shades. Although this familiar form is evoked, the Tank light is clearly an industrial, graphic and highly contemporary product. The suspension Tank light, with frosted glass diffuser, is particularly suited for use in multiples, the recurring folds making a statement for the elegance and maturity of precision and carefully achieved simplicity of form. Also available in the same colour ways is the Table Tank carrying on the successful aesthetic of this design.
More about Alexander Taylor
One of the UK’s leading designers, Taylor won the Elle Decoration Design Award 2006 for the Fold lamps. After studying furniture and product design at Nottingham Trent University, Alexander started his career working with Procter-Rihl before establishing his own design studio in 2002. Taylor’s work often explores the creative and practical potential of industrial manufacturing processes and his catalogue of works reveal a preoccupation with considered, intelligent designs.