The In the Sun table lamp is the latest addition to the eponymous collection already composed of a pendant lamp and a wall lamp. Like the rest of the series, the table lamp's sun-like shape adds a touch of refinement and joy to any interior. The In the Sun table lamp is also cord-free and functions on battery. Therefore, it is easy to place it anywhere one wishes, whether on a table for a soft light during a romantic dinner – like a candle –, or as a bright decorative element on a coffee table, a shelf or a console in an entrance.
The lamp is endowed with a 5 positions switch which allows to adjust the light intensity easily. Its autonomy is 7h at full power, and goes to 19h when the light intensity is set to 50%.
Materials steel, glass, stainless steel mesh
Light source integrated LED, 2700K (warm light). Dimmer 5 positions: 100% - 75% - 50% - 25% - Off
Battery 2x2000mAh. Autonomy: 100% = 7h, 50% = 19h. USB C port. USB A-USB C cable.
Dimensions Ø13 x H12.7 cm
Warranty 2 years
Gold / Silver
Silver / Silver
Dominique Perrault & Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost
In 2008, Dominique Perrault described himself in eleven words : School. Rupture. Defiance. Void. Wall. Earth. Land art. Site. Place. Happiness. And finally, Mesh, a supple material that has structure but whose very essence is to be present and yet be invisible. It is a material that is both rigorous and poetic, virtual yet present and which the architect has used in the past as a way of delineating a geographic area, either as a protection or a way of welcoming, as well as a way of channelling natural or artificial light. This is the same mesh that Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost have adapted, manipulated, contorted and transplanted into the inner workings of their lamps to create the thousands of exceptional and powerful lighting solutions that light up the French National Library, day and night.
Not one who is prone to brandishing himself in the media, his conceptual hedonism comes allied with an infectious enthusiasm and a healthy dose of fun. Dominique Perrault’s signature is barely seen on products. It is something of an event therefore when he uses it, along with that of Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost, on the IN THE TUBE and IN THE SUN collections. It is, in its way, a way of domesticating and refining the raw power of the industrial, of filtering the source into something considered and thought-out, resulting in an object that is comfortable, soft and sophisticated.
« This transfer of universes is nothing new. The domestic interior is these days constantly being penetrated by the industrial, which in turn has long since lost its aura of being something nasty and noisy, separate to the rest of the world. Nowadays it is normal to make use of these components which fit naturally into the world of design ».