Take A Way M Forestier Indoor and outdoor lantern
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The Take A Way M lantern is the largest version of the collection, it measures 44 cm high and 27 cm in diameter.
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LED bulb offered with each lamp
This cordless table lamp is designed for indoors and outdoors with to its IP66 protection rating, which allows you to accompany you in all living rooms as well as your outdoors during your summer evenings.
This portable lamp is equipped with a light intensity dimmer from 0 to 100%, 3 preset levels are also accessible from the remote control (supplied).
This elegantly finished lantern is not only a source of light but also a decorative element to your room.
This collection is a latest version of the Bamboo range, created by designer Arik Levy. Contemporary and natural, it is made of perforated bamboo slats that cover the internal cylinder made of woven bamboo, which provides a soft and warm light.
Lightweight, this lamp can be moved wherever you want.
Available in White or Black.
The Take A Way lamps are delivered with a USB cable, for charging (4 hours) and offer an autonomy of about 6 hours depending on the intensity chosen. They are also equipped with a timer offering 3 programs: 15 minutes, 30 minutes and 1 hour.
IMPORTANT: During charging, the module must be OFF.
- Bamboo, plastic
- Indoor or Outdoor
- ON / OFF by short presses and variation by constant pressure
- 44 cm
- Electric cable
- Micro USB connector
- Integrated LED
- CLII - LED INCLUDED - 2,5W - 290lm - 3000K
- IP protection
- IP 66
- Color of light (Kelvin)
- Electric class
- Classe II
- Type of lights
- Hook lamps
- Dining room
In 1992, Bernard Forestier was inspired by his passion for nature, French gardens and topiary art, to create lighting. He wants to shake up the traditions of the world of lighting design, bringing the art of botany into the house.
Following the death of Bernard Forestier in 2002, at the request of his wife Hélène Forestier, Gilles Dallière took over the artistic direction to honor the creative spirit. He will mark his desire to make each piece a "unique object".
Hélène Forestier passed the baton to Jean Dominique Leze, in 2012, the famous creator of "107 rivoli" for Decorative Arts and the company ENO (Edition New Objects) with François Bernard.
With this nomination, FORESTIER reinvents itself as a creative and poetic brand, with design, nature and raw materials as an anchor. He revived the company with a unique catalog of decorative lighting.
Arik Levy, Sebastian Bergne, Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, Laurence Brabant, Emmanuel Gallina… It is to these recognized or emerging talents that the mission of creating functional lighting with a real personality has been entrusted, but always at affordable prices. .
They play with wired materials and transparency, with the idea of respecting nature in all its forms and humans by favoring artisanal know-how.
The Forestier brand is revolutionizing the world of lighting by offering products made from natural materials that project Poetry and Nature in a perfect balance between Design and Craftsmanship.
Let yourself be carried away by the Forest universe with its collections:
- Papillon: a collection created by the talented French designer Elise Fouin, made of metal threads, representing the flapping of the wings of a butterfly.
- Libellule: A collection created by French designer Elise Fouin, made of metal wires, inspired by nature from her own childhood memories.
- Bamboo: a collection created by designer Arik Levy, made with 100% natural materials to combine nature and design.
- Oyster: a collection created by German designer Jette Scheib, inspired by an oyster containing a pearl.
- Take a way: a latest version of the Bamboo range, created by designer Arik Levy, it is made of bamboo, light it can go wherever you want.
- Gravity: a collection created by Ukrainian industrial designer Kateyna sokolava, inspired by nature and civilizations.
- Cymbal: This collection created by the German designer Jette Scheib, it combines two materials, linen and velvet.