Talia Floor

  • A minimal and personal-sized LED task light companion that offers 360° post rotation and 180° shade rotation to provide effective task or ambient style lighting. Talia is available in both Table and Floor models. Talia Table features wireless induction charging to accommodate mobile devices and a USB port for added convenience. Both Table and Floor models come in three monochromatic finishes featuring contrasting matte and gloss surfacing. Metallic posts will be available to add a refined touch to any setting
  • FINISHESWhite
    White/Silver
    Black
    Black/Brass
    Grey
    Grey/Silver

    MATERIALS Aluminum post
    Polycarbonate shade and base cover
    Steel base insert
    FEATURES360° arm rotation
    180° shade rotation
    Wireless charging
    USB charging port
    Advanced LED array eliminates multiple shadows
    Full range dim control 100%-10%
    Optical switch - ADA compliant
    Ships flat packed

    SPECIFICATIONSVoltage: 120-240V 60Hz
    Power consumption: 5.1W MAX
    Color temperature: 3000K
    Luminosity: 350 Lumens
    Luminaire efficacy: 51 Lumens/Watt
    Color Rendition Index: 90 CRI
    50K hour lifespan
    Cord length: 6’ (183cm)
    Power Supply: 24W
    2 year warranty
    LIGHT SOURCE Flat Panel LED
    CERTIFICATIONSETL, CE, 
  • Pablo PardoVenezuelan-born industrial designer Pablo Pardo has defined his career by creating beautiful, sparse, utilitarian lighting that fosters harmonious relationships between people and their environments.
    Carmine DeganelloBased in Milan, Deganello is an experimental product and architectural designer concerned with materiality. Crucial to his work is his research on materials and the ways in which this information can unexpectedly drive his practice.
    Pablo StudioThe Pablo Studio is a small group of makers and inventors with a diverse background in industrial design and craft, and a deep understanding of manufacturing, materials, and technology. They aim to foster a sense of discovery and deeply personal utility in people’s interaction with objects.

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