With no more than fingertips, one can achieve a feeling of weightlessness with the Copérnica lamp. As if levitating, it moves through space effortlessly, without friction or resistance.
Circles, semicircles, tubes, and bars of different diameters, materials, and weights…with the combination of these primary elements the Copérnica collection constructs geometric sculptures of light, establishing an intimate relationship with space and combining functionality with the beauty of pure lines.
The collection consists of desktop and standing versions that play with counterweights of mixed materials and density, such as steel and aluminium. This design allows one to move the lamp with great precision, providing a wide range of heights, distances, and adjustments to the beam of light to suite one’s taste.
The upright version, a true statement piece, stands almost two meters in height and directly or indirectly illuminates the environment with its tilting head system.
Copérnica draws minimalist sculptures in space, as if it were a canvas, and the carefully selected colors add soft chromatic touches to the ensemble.
Funiculí is a new edition of a lamp designed in 1979. Lluís Porqueras has always sought an absolute simplicity in his designs, doing away with everything superfluous to leave the essence of the useful, simple object. 30 years on, Funiculí remains highly contemporary, both in its purist forms and in its features.
The name Funiculí comes from the concept of a “funicular” action – moving up and down. The mechanism for raising and lowering the lamp uses a pair of clips which make it very easy to change the height of the shade to meet the user’s needs. The shade itself can be rotated through 360º to point the beam of light wherever it is required.
The base of Funiculí is covered in rubber on the bottom, avoiding the cold contact between the metal and the floor and adding stability to the lamp.
It is available in black, off-white, red and moss grey.
Wood is a great ally of cozy lighting. It is a material that is hard to mold, a challenge that the Ginger collection neatly resolves. The combination of sheets of wood and paper pressed together under high pressure achieves a laminate that appears almost entirely flat, which discreetly lights up spaces with indirect light.
The Ginger collection is being expanded to include larger table and pendant versions, standing versions with moveable arms, an unobstrusive wall lampand another wall version with moveable arm.
This year, the colorful, sonorous Tam Tam, already so multifunctional, now comes in a new linear version that retains its fun, dynamic roots. The new floor models feature a central pole to which either one or three colorful, rotating lampshades are attached.
These new members of the Tam Tam family are great for lighting intimate interior spaces, such as living rooms, offices, or reading nooks. Consumers can mix and match the color and number of lampshades to suit the aesthetic of each atmosphere, each interior and every need.
The Greek goddess Theia – mother of the sun, the moon and the dawn – lends her name to this lamp, whose design seeks to express the beauty of light and the fascination we feel for it. In Theia, the materials and shapes are merely the physical manifestations of the underlying concept: merging both light and shadow in a single piece.
Theia has two faces: to discover them, simply swivel the fixture around its central axis. It can be pointed towards you for use as a reading lamp, or towards an object or a wall, creating a subtle, indirect light that immediately warms the atmosphere. Because Theia’s metal lampshade is totally opaque, this swivelling movement totally shifts the perception of the piece.
Theia’s formal design is elementary and streamlined: two half-spheres, one placed horizontally and the other vertically, which intersect with each other. Just as in nature itself, these formal elements make it possible for the light from a source to be simultaneously projected, reflected, and absorbed by objects for our visual enjoyment.