Last born in the family Kartell Lights, the Taj table lamp is conceived of Ferruccio Laviani: A contemporary silhouette lines, rather than a lamp is a three-dimensional sign, a light sculpture, a presence that accompanies us on the desktop as on a mobile. This model, although it is unequivocally a table lamp, generally want to get away from the stereotype that sees it divided, folding and mechanical, to find a simple form that serves a practical function that has been entrusted. A beautiful object is to be switched off or switched on, in style Kartell.
Taj uses LED technology to optimize and minimize as much as possible the light source and at the same time constitutes a new step in the challenge of creating an object from the company’s technological know-how only.
Taj Kartell is made of three versions”Naked” (fully transparent), as “frozen” (in translucent plastic) and covered in shiny color version, black or white.
Taj is an extremely contemporary Ferruccio Laviani was able to draw to become part of our domestic scenario.
Kartell products are made by a team of internationally renowned designers: Ron Arad, Anna Castelli Ferrieri, Antonio Citterio, Michele De Lucchi, Ferruccio Laviani, Piero Lissoni, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola in a unique relationship between designers and the company that built a channel through the continuous exchange of project ideas and has succeeded in developing the full potential of the company in a tangible form