Flos

TAB
Table & Floor Lamps

design Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2011

The Tab Lamp by the designer duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, available as a table lamp and floor lamp, evokes the Scandinavian style with its simple lines and practicality. The folded leaf-shaped lampshade swivels 45° and is easy to adjust thanks to a small arm. The integrated LED circuit is covered with a PMMA acrylic diffuser.

The Tab table lamp can be used as a desk lamp as well as a bedside lamp – the Tab floor lamp as a reading light or as an ambient light. 

Light source LED integrated 3000K, 592 lumen
Materials Cast aluminium – PMMA diffuser

Warranty 2 years

Table lamp TAB T
Black
330 > 297 €

Table lamp TAB T
White
330 > 297 €

Table lamp TAB T
Blue matt
330 > 297 €

Table lamp TAB T
Dark green
330 > 297 €

Floor lamp TAB F
Black
440 > 396 €

Floor lamp TAB F
White
440 > 396 €

Floor lamp TAB F
Blue matt
440 > 396 €

Floor lamp TAB F
Dark green
440 > 396 €

Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

Edward Barber was born in Shrewsbury, U.K. in 1969 and graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London with a Master's degree in Architecture. Jay Osgerby was born in Oxford, U.K. in 1969 and studied at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design before graduating from The Royal College of Arts in London with a Master's degree in Architecture.

E. Barber and J.Osgerby Collaboration

The two began their collaboration as students at RACA and have since created everything from furniture, lighting, household products, restaurants, shops, bottles, and electronic products for companies based in Europe, Asia, and North and South America.

E.Barber and J. Osgerby Designs

They were jointly named “Designers of the Future” at Design Basel/Miami in June 2006. Since then, Barber & Osgerby have been developing collections for leading manufacturers and clients such as Vitra, Magis, Authentics, Venini, Swarovski, FLOS, Established & Sons, and Panasonic.

E. Barber and J, Osgerby’s lamp designs work is found in many permanent collections including the V&A Museum, London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Design Museum, London.

Their studio is based in London.