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IN THE SUN Cordless LED Table Lamp

by Perrault & Lauriot-Prevost
$503

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Overview

The IN THE SUN Table Lamp was created by French architect and designer Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost for DCW Editions, as a part of the IN THE SUN collection designed for the renovation of the Pavillon Dufour at the Chateau de Versailles. The IN THE SUN Table Lamp is a cordless, battery-powered lamp, with a 5 positions switch that controls an integrated LED. A smooth steel disc base steps up to wider diameter before holding up a single socket lamp under a glass shade ringed by a mesh screen in a rayed-sun pattern, shining out a pleasant ambiance all around.

DCW Editions is a French design brand specializing in lighting. Best known for the Lampe Gras, a re-edition of the iconic 1921 lamp, they draw inspiration from the past to create chic and timeless quality lights, designed to last.

IN THE SUN Cordless Table Lamp, by Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost for DCW Editions
- Modern design inspired by classic French decorative arts
- Steel, aluminum, glass with metal mesh shade
- H 5.1" x ∅ 5.1"
- Built-in LED 1.5 Watt, Color Temp: 2700K, CL III
- Battery-powered, battery life: 100% = 7h ; 50% = 19h
- USB C-USB A Cable to charge, length: 39.4"
- 5 positions switch (100% - 75% - 50% - 25% - Off)
- ETL certified
- Made In China

Specifications

Proposition 65 Warning

Designer

Perrault & Lauriot-Prevost
Perrault & Lauriot-Prevost

Gaêlle Lauriot Prévost is a graduate of the Camondo School of Design in Paris. She joined Dominique Prevost in 1989 to work on the National Library of France and has been partnering with him ever since. Her interior and product designs are always created in response to the architecture, with a thorough attention to details. Starting from anonymous industrial objects, she designs unique and timeless pieces integral to the space they fit in. Dominique Perrault is a French architect specializing in large scale urban projects with technical challenges. He is known for projects such as the National Library of France, the velodrome and the Olympic swimming pool in Berlin, the EWHA Womans University in Seoul, the extension of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg. In recent years, his agency worked on several projects to rehabilitate monuments of the historical cultural heritage, including the Pavillon Dufour at the Château de Versailles and the historical Post Office building in the center of Paris.