Dimensions

Width 198.7 cm
Depth 44 cm
Height 184.8 cm

Materials

Base material Marble
Cable colour Transparent

Specification

Colour temperature 2700K / CRI 80
Dimmable no
Fixed plug options EU
Light bulbs included no
Luminous flux 1150 im
Number of leds 1 LED Tube
Plug adapter options UK
Power consumption MAX 20W
Year of design 2017

Resources

Based on the concepts of movement, grace and energy, the T Lamp by Marcel Wanders visually reminds us of the fluidity and light motion of Alexander Calder’s kinetic mobiles.

This tall and slender floor lamp has found the perfect equilibrium, for it harmoniously moves and rotates in different positions without ever losing balance. Strongly rooted to the ground, it aims for the sky and gracefully rotates in space, subtly diffusing light where needed, in the desired intensity, thus creating or accentuating a soft and elegant atmosphere all around.


Marcel Wanders

"Here to create an environment of love, live with passion and make our most exciting dreams come true."

Marcel Wanders is a product and interior designer who drew international recognition for his Knotted Chair produced by Droog Design in 1996. His work is ubiquitous; designing for leading international companies such as Flos, Alessi, Puma, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, MAC Cosmetics, Cappellini, B&B Italia, Moroso and Target. Wanders also designs for architectural projects, such as the Kameha Grand hotel in Bonn, the Mondrian South Beach hotel in Miami and the Villa Moda store in Bahrain. In addition to running his studio, Wanders is cofounder and Artistic Director of the successful design label Moooi (2001).

He exhibits widely and his work is included in such significant museum collections as MoMA New York, The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, and the V&A Museum, London. Wanders has further published numerous books and is extensively profiled in the global media, appearing in such publications as the New York Times, Domus, The Financial Times and Wallpaper Magazine.


Dutch brand moooi evokes extraordinary experiences through daring collections of furniture and lighting.