TR Bulb - Shiny Opal / Dimmable - Outlet
Condition: Open Box
The TR Collection brings beauty to modern spaces with its elegant opal glass bulb and transformative geometric fixtures. The series’ TR Bulb is a clever solution for modern city living, inspired by our increasingly nomadic lives, moving between cities and countries to pursue life experiences. Versioned in opal glass with a shiny or matte finish, the dimmable, portable bulb that plugs into any pendant socket is now available with a dim to warm feature that allows the user to create ambient lighting in an instant. The versatile TR range is expanded further with the addition of brushed brass and brass fixtures to the collection. Combining form and function in a single, multi-functional object, the flexible design looks stylish in any setting and formation—pendant light, table lamp, suspension frame, wall lamp or ceiling lamp. The corresponding series of lighting fixtures is also updated with the addition of brushed brass and brass, available as a pendant light, table lamp, ceiling suspension frame, wall lamp and ceiling lamp together with the corresponding bulb.
Designed for MENU by Tim Rundle, the TR Bulb’s itinerant design moves seamlessly from space to space and room to room, installed by simply screwing it into pendant sockets. The inspiration for the TR Bulb came from the untethered way we live today; moving often, sometimes multiple times within a year. “I wanted to create a high quality, technically sophisticated lamp that was, in essence, a light bulb", Rundle explains. Following the success of the original TR Bulb, MENU has partnered with the London-based Rundle to diversify the range of offerings from the TR series. “When a light has such a simple form, subtle differences can create a distinctly different character. The new shiny version offers a more classical feeling to the design", Rundle says.
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