At Tala, we believe that good design and sustainable practice can have a positive impact on the environment, as well as enhance the homes, studios and offices of our customers.
In the last decade, shifting public opinion and progressive government policies have accelerated the fight against devastating environmental issues such as air pollution, plastic in our oceans and the global reliance on meat and dairy, among many others.
Entrepreneurial companies and start-ups have grown out of this debate by offering technological solutions to real time problems. Tala is proud to be part of this movement, working with lighting as a source for positive change and design-led innovation.
Having officially launched in 2015, Tala soon partnered with the Heart of England Forest in March 2016, giving us the platform to directly invest in reforestation projects. A few months later, Tala won the ICFF Editors Award for sustainable design in May 2016. So far, so sustainable.
New partnerships and processes followed, but one thing has remained consistent: our commitment to creating stunning lighting with a low carbon footprint.
Epitomising this ethos are the exposed lamp designs found in our Feature range.
Adapting and embellishing iconic shapes, the exposed bulbs are designed to be seen and celebrated.
Included in this range are our most popular bulbs, Gaia and Elva, as well as more playful shapes and filament styles in Totem I and Totem III, Squirrel Cage, Unum and Aries.
Emitting a warm glow and an even dispersion of light, these lamps can be paired with pendants and touch lamps, with no shade required.
Through contemporary design and modern manufacturing techniques, our goal is to bridge the gap between design and sustainability. Explore the range and see how our lamps could change your interior.