At first glance, Vetra could be no more than a traditional, old-fashioned, blown-glass lamp, but turning it on yields a surprise. Joan Gaspar uses a completely closed glass diffuser as a reflector, and creatively places the light source outside -instead of inside- the shade. The Vetra gives off more light than one would expect, without glare. Much of the light is directed downward, and the rest is filtered toward the inside of the shade, subtly illuminating it. Like an echo multiplying the light, when it’s on, its entire outline is drawn out and seems to come alive.
This collection was designed in table, suspension and floor models in different diameters (20, 32 and 43 cm). In the table and floor versions, the stem is divided into two unequal parts, a feature that breaks the symmetry, adds beauty and elegantly provides an outlet for the cable.
A new color, amber, has been added to the collection to enhance its relationship with light even more. This new version provides a game of contrasts in which the lamp itself becomes more visible while its light, bathed in color, is made warmer.
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.
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.
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.
Like a folding screen, LaFlaca’s large, fat profile allows you to partition your space using light, and delineate or combine different ambiances. With this new indoor/outdoor floor lamp, a metal structure lends its shape to a wrinkle-free fabric, which envelopes the frame, sharing its aesthetic character. Inside, the LED light is provided by an alluring sphere that’s only visible when the fixture is turned on, and is filtered and transformed by the fabric.
The result is a fat, screen-like lamp that can act as a room divider, defining outdoor spaces or providing structure and form to an interior.
LaFlaca comes in three sizes with different geometric shapes: a vertical rectangle, a horizontal rectangle, and a square. Combinations of these lights yield architectural textile creations that are striking not only in their beauty, but in their utility as well.