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This beautiful, oversized sculptural bulb is the crowning glory of the Voronoi collection from the cutting edge designers at Tala. The largest sculptural bulb ever made (!) the design of this elegant, elongated light bulb was influenced by the patterns and forms found in the natural world, inspired by the company's environmental ethos.

With an elongated form and droplet shape, this captivating decorative LED bulb showcases the beauty of the Fibonacci sequence by wrapping the singular filament around its central column. Hanging singular or as part of a statement cluster the Voronoi III will make a statement in any home. Pair with a Tala brass or walnut ceiling pendant for the ultimate lighting experience.

Details: E27 Base, 120 - 240V, Wattage: 5W, CRI > 95, Dimmable with trailing edge dimmers, 220 Lumens, Mercury Free, Efficiency: 40 Lumens/Watt, Warm Tinted: 2200K, Switch Cycles: 20,000.

Dimensions: 200 x 400mm. Average Lifespan: 15,000 hours.


About the brand:

Founded by university friends who met in Edinburgh, Tala's mission is to create exquisite products that have a positive impact. Tala designs and manufactures three distinct lighting collections with sustainability and British design at its core. The company  actively support and affect any positive environmental change, and like to emphasise and represent their belief in every detail. In addition to their designed packaging made from recycled materials, they have their own tree planting  programme, Conservation through Beauty, where for every 200 units sold, they pledge to plant 10 new trees.