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Experience Dream Lighting from the David Weeks Collection by Tala

Experience Dream Lighting from the David Weeks Collection by Tala

Award-winning New York design artist Davis Weeks has collaborated with British company Tala to create a stunning new range of lighting products.

Offering homes the chance to bring in a magical helping of aesthetically pleasing lighting formations, the collection - new to Dotmaison – is pure lighting brilliance.

Nothing quire speaks of style and décor like a modernist chandelier. The above Tala and David Weeks Echo Chandelier offers a dreamy design of carefully arranged asymmetric cylinders and seven beautiful light bulbs. 

The lighting system is solidly supported by a steel wire rope suspension with a 5m braided cord. The lights can be set to whichever intensity is desired, with the dimming function easy to use and control.

A stunning example of the successful collaboration between Tala and David Weeks, the chandelier can be wonderfully matched with other products in the series.

One of those lighting products in the fantastic series is the Tala Echo Lamp from the David Weeks Collection. Offering a fantastic display of warm light, the creative appearance of the three cylinders and two globe shaped IV bulbs brings a memorable look to any interior.

The custom-made rotary dimmer provides complete control over the light settings, which can be brought from dim to warm easily. Arriving with a 3metre braided cord, the lamp is perfectly versatile in where it can be positioned in a room.

Ideal for study room, bedrooms and halls, it is another winning look from the creative and technical collaboration.

A unique piece of lighting style and definition can be brought into interiors with the above Echo Floor Lamp by Tala and David Weeks.

The memorable design is centred on the unbalanced stem from with collection of Sphere IV bulbs are arranged. The cloud like shape formed by the seven bulbs brings a tantalising magical look around the home.

Also from the David Weeks and Tala collaboration is the Reflection series of lamps. These lamps, such as the above Tala Reflection Oval Table Lamp, offer exclusive design and compelling style.

Produced from crafted porcelain with smooth, rounded edges, the artistic design is complemented by the latest LED technology.

The lamp base has been purposefully fired twice to provide an expressive reflective glaze. The bulbs of the lamps also arrive with a strong and durable cap.

The series also includes three other shapes, with the Enno, Oblo and Noma lamps also offering an exclusive and fascinating provision of warm and comfortable lighting.

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