Roger Tallon for Erco 'Spot' Wall Lights

$875.00 USD

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Roger Tallon, Erco, Wall lights, 'Spot', black iron cast, grey lacquered metal, metal, fitting in black and red ABS plastic, France, 1970s.

These wall lamps are icons made by Erco and designed by the French designer Roger Tallon. The black and white lamps feature bright red details and an open, webbed shade. The name of these Industrial lamps is fitting as they resemble professional (much larger) spotlights.

Roger Tallon (9 March 1929-20 October 2011) was a French Industrial designer. Tallon was trained as an engineer. He designed hundreds of products, including Industrial Robots for Peugeot, refrigerators, tableware, lamps and furniture. Ercol is founden in 1934 by Arnold Reininghaus (1907-2003), Paul Buschhaus and Karl Reeber in Lüdenscheid, Westfalen, Germany.

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Product details

  • Condition Good
  • Creator Roger Tallon (Designer) Erco (Manufacturer)
  • Date of Manufacture 1970s
  • Dimensions Height 22 cm Width 18 cm Depth 30 cm
  • Dimensions Height 8.67 in. Width 7.09 in. Depth 11.82 in.
  • Materials and Techniques Metal Plastic
  • Period 1970-1979
  • Place of Origin France
  • Style Post-Modern (Of the Period)