796€ – 1355€
The starting point for the Ambrosia was to bring back the traditional Linestra lamp to update it and show that a technical, resolute design can also be poetic. The Linestra was initially a line of light, which transitioned into a modular system that can be extended to adapt to any space.
Its design stems from a tubular structure with gentle lines that attaches to the ceiling, allowing the light to descend and gently illuminate any type of project. It is this diffuse light that fills the space, adding beauty.
This lighting system is available in four pre-set lengths, from 120 to 315 cm. Extensions measuring 40 and 60 cm let you define the height from which to hang them. That way, you can adjust their distance from the ceiling to create visually uninterrupted compositions.
The LED SMD 24V light tube is available in three warm colour temperatures, 2200K, 2700K and 3000K, and offers adjustable intensity. It can also be installed on a canopy that includes the driver, or hidden and recessed.
The Ambrosia started out as a unique and decorative piece for a multi-brand luxury boutique in Madrid. The Ciszak Dalmas studio, along with Joan Gaspar, decided to revise it in an effort to combine simplicity, functionality and aesthetics. Its linear and unique design, a nearly flat segment of light, was made modular and asymmetric to create a soft and surprising lighting system.
Open and accessible lighting system that can be expanded and adapted to different sizes. Available in four pre-determined lengths: 120, 180, 210 and 315 cm. The Ambrosia also allows adjusting the height from which to supply the light with 40 and 60 cm extensions (max. 3 units per each side). They can be combined. A design that offers numerous possibilities for bringing any type of project to light. Remote power supply is not included. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
1186€ – 2026€
The serene shapes of the Ihana trace out a silhouette of light. This lighting system consists of several opal blown glass diffusers that are pleasing to the eye, appear ductile and contrast with the firmness of the metal structure that determines its shape and fastens it to the ceiling.
Often, a design is born of necessity. Ihana, which means “exquisite” in Finnish, is one of them. Its creator, the architect Joanna Laajisto, moved her studio to a 19th century building in Helsinki and couldn’t find any lamps that fit in with her new office. In search of the beauty of light, she created a sculptural lamp defined by its pure, almost graphic forms, and by the balance between rigidity and fragility. Ihana is a synthesis of contrasts that combines contrasting colours, the black metallic structure and white diffusers, and nuances of old and new. A contemporary and timeless design made by its creator to endure over time and become part of those stories in which no one remembers what year it was designed.
In an effort to offer ambient light for any classic or contemporary interior design project, this collection can be used to create light compositions. This is made possible by its structure, which can be extended to include 14 diffusers, connected to a single point of light. It is available in different sizes to illuminate spaces with high ceilings as well. In addition, the Ihana features dim to warm technology, which allows not only regulating the intensity of the light, but also its colour temperature, which can vary from a warm white (3000K) to an ultra warm white, simulating candle light (1800K). Contact us: email@example.com to find out more.
The beauty exuded by the Cala stems from its simple, synthetic and essential form: a shade that embraces the light without containing it, letting it escape to yield very warm lighting. Its structure has always been made of wood, and now it’s also available in a black lacquered metal. An iconic Marset design defined by that most valuable pairing: form and function.
The new Cala with a metal stand is even more sophisticated: a structure that is easier on the eyes, and is lighter. Both versions speak the same language: the proportions, the harmony, the cosy light, and now with two different finishes to offer more possibilities. This collection is expanding, and this new metal edition provides a more neutral and versatile version.
An understated, rational and eminently geometric lamp —the MVV is like a construction site, in which the direct, down-facing light is complemented by indirect light that filters through the sheets. A design that, though timeless, reflects the constructive logic of that period and evokes a great many memories.
Steel and glossy black polycarbonate structure housing 8 sheets of PET with cherry wood on the outside and a white interior. Transparent methacrylate diffuser at the top.
With the idea of expanding possibilities for the outdoors, the new Plaff-on! collection comes in a new design that implies a change of direction in its lighting: a new bollard version as a step light or to be immersed in a garden.
As with the standard Plaff-on!, the blown-glass diffuser of the outdoor versions seems to float, detached from the aluminium ring that surrounds it. Its light filters both downward and upward in a luminous halo, exuding simplicity and utility.
With the idea of expanding possibilities for the outdoors, the new Plaff-on! collection implies a change of direction in its lighting. The new outdoor wall version —16 cm in diameter— features a perpendicular mount to project the light downward while still allowing light to flow smoothly through the open top. As with the standard Plaff-on!, the blown-glass diffuser of the outdoor versions seems to float, detached from the aluminium ring that surrounds it. Its light filters both downward and upward in a luminous halo, exuding simplicity and utility.
326€ – 1055€
The Ginger collection is moving outdoors, with wall sconces that can be installed individually or in a cluster, a new 15 cm sconce —perfect for passageways and small outdoor areas—, a lamppost and small floor lamps. The Ginger outdoor also introduces a unique rust finish, with a deep, warm glow, alongside the standard black-white metal finish of the indoor version.
To light walkways, a new screen version can be affixed to the wall, projecting a restrained downward light that avoids glare and illuminates only the path.
418€ – 438€
The Ginger collection is moving outdoors, with wall sconces that can be installed individually or in a cluster, a new 15 cm sconce —perfect for passageways and small outdoor areas—, a lamppost and small floor lamps.
This year, the collection features new bollard lamps, raised by means of a post that can be buried in dirt or gravel, perfect for illuminating pathways, gardens, terraces, andwalls, and blending nicely with vegetation.
The Ginger collection is moving outdoors, with wall sconces that can be installed individually or in a cluster, a new 15 cm sconce —perfect for passageways and small outdoor areas—, a lamppost and small floor lamps. The lamppost—at almost 3 meters high—is a design of function, a centrepiece of our new outdoor collection, on sober black, which discreetly illuminates your garden or the entryway to your outdoor space.
642€ – 801€
The new Lab has not only expanded its sizes and collection, the revised design allows the light fixture to be a more aesthetic object, full of textures.
The bollard models are supported by an aluminium structure, with a hollow interior space to allow for maximum interplay of light and material. The surface of the design shines through: painted sheets of metal or iroko wood will provide different types of lighting via reflection.
The beauty of this new collection lies in the way the light interacts with the different materials. The Lab collection continues to conceal the point of light, but its illumination —in all its versions, including the original— will be more powerful, with greater presence.
Carefully designed for seamless integration with the façade, wall, porch or architecture of which it forms part, the new Elipse exudes a subtle beauty. Understated and discreet, it places the focus on what it illuminates.
A simple aluminium tube allows the light to be projected from both its top and bottom. One of the openings features an irregular shape, an aesthetic detail visible when the lamp is off, and that is greatly enhanced when it is on, as a perfect ellipse is traced on the lamp itself and stands out in the midst of the darkness. The other aperture is in a round shape, an unexpected detail that breaks the balance, adding a touch of modernity. It can be installed however one prefers, with the uneven opening upwards or downwards.
The interior of the tube is white and, when illuminated, the light grows and comes alive. In the outdoor darkness the lamp itself almost disappears, and all that remains is the light.
Available in a single 44-cm size, in graphite grey o brown.
670€ – 760€
Elipse proposes a change in plane: illumination from the bottom up in this new floor lamp for outdoor spaces by Josep Lluís Xuclà.
Embracing simplicity, its design consists of an aluminium tube with two openings that allow the light to be projected from the top and to escape from the bottom. The opening at the top features an irregular shape, an aesthetic detail visible when the lamp is off and greatly enhanced when it is on, as a perfect ellipse is traced on the lamp itself, standing out in the darkness.
The interior of the tube is white and, when illuminated, the light grows and comes alive, as the lamp itself almost seems to disappear, and only the light remains. Meanwhile, at the bottom the light escapes, and the base that supports functions as a reflective screen, such that the light seems to float.
In expansive outside settings this lamp enhances the light that it emits as it interplays with whatever it illuminates: a tree, a garden, a wall, or a façade.
Available with graphite grey or brown in two heights: 48 and 79 cm. Elipse functions as a single lighting element, or in combination with several at the same time. This collection also offers an outdoor wall version.