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Roger Tallon Erco Spots ''Micro''

Roger Tallon Erco Spots ''Micro''

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Roger Tallon Erco Spots “Micro”
pin-spot track lighting system


Condition: In perfect condition.

Materials: Metal, plastic and aluminium, painted black.

Total height: 38 cm – 15.74”

Height: 28 cm – 15.74”

Width: 18 cm – 7.87”

Electricity: 1 bulb E27 fitting, max 150 watt – 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, preferably a PAR38 reflectorlamp.

Period: 1970s – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: Roger Tallon (1929-2011) – father of the industrial design.

Manufacturer: Erco GmbH, Lüdenscheid, Germany.

Other versions: Lamps on rail, floor lamps, table lamps, different models. Also made in white.

Designed in 1977 by the famous French industrial designer Roger Tallon, Born in Paris, 9 March 1929, died in Paris, 20 October 2011.  He created a large amount of beautiful things, the most original watches for LIP, staircases and off course the TGV, “Train à Grande Vitesse”, the high-speed train for Europe.

Roger Tallon worked for many companies, to name a few: Caterpillar France, DuPont, Technés, General Electric, Lip, Air France, Peugeot, Fenwick, Kodak, Salomon Group, Fluocaril, Elf, Terraillon, Bata, Erco and so on.

These lamps published in books:
Taschen 1000 lights Vol.2 – 1960 to present, pages 292-293.
The Complete Designers Lights II, pages 312-313.

iF Design award 1977 - 33 732

iF Design award 1977 - 33 212

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