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Fold Table Lamp
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Alexander Taylor & Established & Sons
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T1 - Signal White + Red Cable: $195
T1 - Sulphur Yellow + Black Cable: $195
T2 - Signal White + Red Cable: $410
T2 - Sulphur Yellow + Black Cable: $410
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DESCRIPTION

Designer Alexander Taylor’s sly play on midcentury design, Fold was originally created for Established & Sons’ debut line in 2005 and has since been acquired for numerous museum collections, including New York City's MoMA. High-precision manufacturing enables a single sheet of laser-cut sheet metal to be "folded" into the 3-D form of this lamp for table or desk. And for a retro fillip, the designer highlights the braided fabric cord as the final decorative touch.

SPECIFICATIONS
SIZE
  • T1: 9" h x 4.75" dia (23x12cm)
  • T2: 17.75" h x 10.25" dia (45x26cm)
  • Cable length: 78.75" (200cm)
DETAILS
  • Bulb included
  • Inline on/off switch
MATERIAL
  • Powder-coated steel
SHIPPING INFO
  • This item normally ships within 48 hours.
TECHNICAL INFO
  • Wiring type: Mains voltage
  • Lumens: 220 (T1), 601 (T2)
  • Bulb fitting: 220/240V - E14 (T1), 220/240V - E27 (T2)
  • Color temperature: 2700k (T1), 3000k (T2)
  • Life expectancy: 1000 hours
  • Bulb: E14/25W 45mm opal GLS light bulb (T1), E27/60W 95mm opal globe (T2)
  • Ingress protection rating: IP20
  • Type of insulation: Class II (2)
  • Supply voltage: 220/240Vac, 50-60Hz; 110/120Vac, 60Hz
ABOUT THE DESIGNER: ALEXANDER TAYLOR

ALEXANDER TAYLOR

Brit Alexander Taylor has designed everything from tables and torches to footwear and fine jewelry. Best known at A+R for the Grip Flashlight by Praxis–-recently added to the permanent collection of New York's Cooper Hewitt Design Museum—Alexander has developed furniture and lighting for some of Europe’s leading design manufacturers such as Zanotta, Established & Sons and ClassiCon. His studio, established in 2002, is also renowned for its private commissions, most notably for the late Alexander McQueen. A visiting lecturer in design products at the Royal College of Art, his range even includes the Primeknit sneaker for Adidas unveiled at the 2012 London Olympics. As he puts it, "I take a real-life approach to design."