Noticias | BioscaBotey
Wednesday August 26th, 2020

Toio, an adjustable floor lamp by Flos

(Español) Nos vamos al año 1962 para recuperar un diseño de los hermanos Achille&Pier Giacomo, la lámpara de pie Toio para Flos. De estilo totalmente minimalista y futurista.
Thursday July 30th, 2020

The balance of light by Gino Sarfatti

(Español) La marca danesa Astrep se rinde ante el diseño de Gino Sarfatti con la lámpara 548, una luminaria de sobremesa “que es un estudio de equilibrio y reflexión de la luz”.
Wednesday July 29th, 2020

The eco-friendly lamp of Faro Barcelona

The Spanish brand Faro Barcelona has set out to make this a better place. How? With a lamp made from recycled products that helps feed a school in Zambia. We present you HOOK.
Monday July 27th, 2020

Coupé is a modern work of art

In BioscaBotey you will find modern, daring, classic designs that do not go out of fashion and works of renowned artists, such as Coupé, from the Oluce brand. It is a lamp made of metal and aluminium.
Thursday July 16th, 2020

Onion, a special design by Verner Panton

VERPAN is a Danish brand that collects exclusively many creations of the designer Verner Panton. They are iconic pieces of furniture, lighting and accessories that transmit "movement, colour and light" to any space.
Thursday July 9th, 2020

Brilliant elegance

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.
Tuesday June 23rd, 2020

A tablelamp by Jordi Vilardell for VIBIA

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.
Wednesday June 17th, 2020

The Le Corbusier adjustable wall lamp

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.