In 1961 the architects and brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo designed the Splügen Bräu lamp for the Flos brand. It is a pendant design made of aluminium with a glossy white finish that gives it a dazzling personality.
Based on minimalist shapes, JOIN plays with the idea that the lamp itself has been 'trapped' inside the cylindrical glass base and only lets out the cable as if it were a thread. It is designed to light up bedrooms and create comfortable environments and can be found in two different sizes.
Now more than ever we need objects to be adapted to the space they are going to occupy and used for a specific purpose, as well as for decoration. Perhaps it was with this objective in mind that the French designer Le Corbusier designed the wall lamp.
Arturo Alvarez took inspiration from the sea bed to design the MYTILUS collection, whose shape is reminiscent of strong, living waves. These hanging lamps, are made of stainless steel and painted white.
The renowned designer Miguel Milá created another classic lamp for Santa & Cole, the FAD tabletop light. Originally conceived for the offices of the Fomento de las Artes y el Diseño (hence its name) it incorporates "the cross intersection of the legs".
García Cumini has created a collection of hanging lamps for the Spanish brand Fambuena, with brass as the protagonist. It's called 'Reflections', a design that combines several brass pieces with a natural ash wood cylinder.
The Catalan brand Faro Barcelona has designed the GUADALUPE screens, a reinvention for its classic collection of LUPE structures. Project light on both sides of the cylinder and at the same time allow the head to be rotated.