Marset's Tam Tam comprises a large central drum (Ø50cm) with smaller satellite drums (Ø35cm) attached to it, that can be swivelled through 360° to point in any direction. The drums are made of lacquered aluminium, and they have methacrylate diffusers across the bottom to ensure that the lamps are never seen, whatever angle they are at. The version in the picture above has five satellite shades and all the shades are black. But the one below has three satellites, and all the shades are in different colours:
That's a lot of possible combinations! So they've come up with a little tool to help. This is what it looks like:
Find it here.
So, something both fun and effective. As is the light itself, with its ability to cast light wherever it is wanted, whilst still looking good. Well done, Fabien Dumas and Marset!
By printing out various arrangements, you've got tear sheets to show your client.