Designed by Fabien Dumas for MARSET
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TAM TAM 4 Pendant Light, by MARSET. 7 available colors for each lampshade, with any color combinations possible.
The colorful TAM TAM now comes in a new linear version that retains its fun, dynamic roots. The hanging pole has 4 colored lampshades attached. Each lampshade can be oriented in any direction and come in a variety of colors.
The TAM TAM 4 Pendant light fit multipurpose spaces, either lighting bars or dining tables.
Dimensions Structure with lampshades: Height : 46cm X Length : 145 cm. Cable lenght: maximum 2 meters. Lampshade diameter: 22 cm.
Materials and finishes Metal structure lacquered in black. Lacquered aluminium lampshades adjustable 360 degreed in any direction. An opal methacrylate diffuser softens the light.
Each lampshade can be personalized in black, off-white, orange, brown grey, green, sand and blue. For example, you can chose 2 lampshades in green and 2 lampshades in brown grey. Or you can choose 4 lampshades in different colors: blue, orange, brown grey and green. The choice of colors can be done during the check-out in the comments section (delivery address), or after the check-out by contacting our customer service.
Light source (not included) 4 x E14 LED 5W
The colorful and sonorous Tam Tam now comes in a new linear version that retains its fun, dynamic roots. The new pendant models have been simplified with the addition of a hanging pole to which colored lampshades are attached that can be oriented in any direction and come in a variety of colors.
Fort de France, Martinique, 1976
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 renowned department stores such as KaDeWe or Galeries Lafayette.
Since 2004 his products are part of the collection of Ingo Maurer, Marset and DARK. He also worked as a freelance designer for Arne Quinze at Quinze&Milan in Belgium.