Tala’s Knuckle Table Lamp consists of a stylish cylindrical form displaying the incredible characteristics of the sculpted wood. It is available in Walnut or in Oak. The foundation of the lamp is made up of a slab of solid brass which functions as the dimming control. The lamp is complete with a black silicon ant-kink cord which flows elegantly from the light to the socket. All details of the lamp work towards a harmonious goal, even down to the curve of the edge near the bulb fixture.
The Knuckle Table lamp is made to fit with several different bulb designs and is known for its stylish form based on the tactile and contemporary attitude towards dimming. Although the lamp is not provided with a bulb, the specifications of the required one is as follows: 220-240 Volts, Max Wattage 60w, Luminaire Class II. The lamp dimensions are as follows: length 85mm, and width 135mm. Furthermore, it includes three-step dimming. The cord has a length of 3 meters.
The Knuckel Table Lamp is made to accommodate the light bulbs forming part of Tala’s ‘Feature’ collection. The collection consists of a number of bulbs that can either be placed by themselves, or together with other bulbs and fixtures. Each bulb within the Feature collection is permeated with a particular color temperature of 2700 Kelvin, which is the same as that of a warm, candle-lit environment. Tala has ensured that their carefully designed filament forms are easy to look at. They have done this by making sure that the power of the light is well-balanced in order to obtain the correct position between decorative and practical.
About Tala :
Tala is an award-winning lighting brand, founded on the premise that good design can help mitigate climate change. From their London-based studio, they explore the tension between sustainability, technology and design through their wide-ranging collections.
Their aim is to elevate the humble light bulb to a design object. From the functional to the decorative, their LED lights illuminate the interiors of residential homes, offices, designer studios, stores, cafes, restaurants and hotels.