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TR Ceiling/Wall Lamp, Black

by Tim Rundle
$275

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Overview

The TR Wall Lamp, designed in 2017 by Tim Rundle for Danish brand MENU, is a Wall Lamp created to complement the innovative TR Bulb. The TR Bulb was inspired by the lifestyle of urban nomads, moving frequently to pursue careers and life opportunities. The TR Bulb is easily installed by simply screwing it on sockets. It is dimmable. With its elegant spherical form, it hides the lamp fitting. The opal glass creates an even, soft glow. Designed for longevity, TR Bulb uses LED technology, which, with normal use, should last many years (25,000 hours lifetime). The globe is made of white opal glass, and the core structure of aluminum, allowing the bulb to run at its optimum temperature. The TR Wall Lamp is a minimalist lamp with a strong visual impact.

TR Ceiling/Wall Lamp, Black, by Tim Rundle for MENU
- Opal Glass, Powder-coated Steel
- ∅ 7.9", H 8.7"
- 1 TR Bulb (6w LED) included
- E26, internal LED panel, 6W, 100V-130V, 410 lumens, 25,000 hours lifetime
- Dimmable
- Hardwired, requires installation
- Indoor use
- Made in China


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Designer

Tim Rundle
Tim Rundle

Tim Rundle Studio is a London based industrial design practice. The studio's work is driven by context and has grown to focus on the design of products and systems that exist at the intersection between architecture and its inhabitants. A preoccupation with simplicity, improvement and the pragmatic application of creativity; combined with a rigorous and knowledgeable approach to the technical aspects of materials and manufacturing leads to results that are, at the same time, useful, engaging and relevant. Prior to establishing his studio in 2015, Tim Rundle led the product design teams at Tom Dixon and Conran & Partners. Tim graduated from the School of Architecture and Design at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Alongside his studio, Tim runs Platform 23 - Design for Manufacture, on the prestigious Design Products Masters program at the Royal College of Art.