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Perch Light
Wall Lamp, Table Lamp &
Floor Lamp


design Umut Yamac

The Perch Light family was created by the Turkish-English designer Umut Yamac in 2016. Its attraction to nature inspires him this collection, whose central element is a bird made of origami with a white polypropylene paper. The spout, the legs, and the branches are made of brass painted aluminum, and, together with an integrated LED inside the bird's white body, they diffuse a soft light, warm and undazzling. A real glow of sunshine. Playful detail: the bird can very slightly swing when touched by the hand. The Perch Light collection includes a table lamp, a floor lamp, two wall lamps, as well as a chandelier and a pendant.

Materials steel, brass painted aluminium, polypropylene paper

Light source integrated LED. 2700K (warm light). Non dimmable.

Perch wall lamp

Small wall lamp W25 x H41 cm. Depth 15cm (recessed versions) or 18cm (version with cable).

Large wall lamp W33 x H51 cm. Depth 15cm (recessed versions) or 18cm (version with cable).


Version with cable 1.5m black cable

Recessed version dimmable

Recessed version

Version with cable





Perch table lamp

Dimensions W25 x D22 x H61.5 cm. 2m black cable, with On/Off switch

Table lamp

Perch floor lamp

Dimensions W33 x D28 x H164 cm. 2m black cable, with On/Off switch

Floor lamp

Umut Yamac

"The joy is in the detail."
Umut Yamac (Born 1980, London)

Umut Yamac is a London based architect and designer with Turkish heritage. He graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL with a distinction in design and went on to work for a number of internationally renowned architects and designers before establishing his own practice in 2011.

He works on a diverse range of projects from the scale of the object to the architectural. The common thread that unites each piece is the emphasis placed on the relationship with the user; and the desire to offer different levels of engagement, from purely functional to the playful and imaginary.