Tam Tam is a juicy bunch of grapes, Pink Floyd's Nick Mason drums, Perseus constellation ...
So many examples that could illustrate the Tam Tam, a new concept of lamp that exalts the repetition in the concentration of the archetype of screen: several sources of light oriented in different directions, geometrically placed to evoke the chaos.
The lamp is composed of a large central lacquered aluminum screen, to which are connected several satellite screens that can be oriented 360º in any position, thanks to a mechanism of rotation. At its bottom, an opal methacrylate diffuser sifts the light. [Data3] adapts to any space since the set of screens and their different positions and colors can be combined and multiplied until creating a huge ceiling of lights, unique at a time.
Tam Tam is available in several versions: sconce, pendant, mini pendant and floor lamp.
For pendant combinations of 3 or 5 satellites, select in order: Central screen for 3 or 5 satellites + the number of desired satellite screens with the desired color combination.
For the complete application, select on request: Base Application 1 or 2 + Mini Satellite Screens in the desired color.