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Wednesday June 3rd, 2020

Mytilus takes us to the bottom of the sea

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.
Wednesday May 20th, 2020

The small version of FAD

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".
Wednesday May 6th, 2020

The reflexes of Fambuena

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.
Tuesday April 28th, 2020

Guadalupe from Faro Barcelona

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.
Wednesday April 22nd, 2020

The square universe of Quasar

The Dutch brand Quasar showed the world one of its latest collections during the Euroluce fair, the hanging lamp 'Universe Square'. This interior lamp is composed of different structures.
Thursday April 16th, 2020

PARROT for anything

Tobias Grau is committed to adaptability and technology, with the portable PARROT floor lamp. With a modern and minimalist design, the German brand presents an ideal luminaire for any space and time. Its height and its head can be adjusted.
Wednesday March 11th, 2020

MISKO’s Japanese inspiration

Stone Designs' designers have created MISKO, a collection with Japanese influence for the B.Lux brand. Presented during the Light&Building fair two years ago, this series is based on traditional Japanese Akari lights.
Tuesday March 3rd, 2020

An eclipse of light


Marc Sadler invites us to his particular moon eclipse with Lunanera, by Martinelli Luce. In a round shape, the light beam is projected around a dark base, which simulates the moon and is projected indirectly.