Design Post

IMM 2020 | Marset

BOHEMIA by Joan Gaspar

The Bohemia is unique. At first glance, it appears to be made of blown glass—but its size made this option untenable. Its designer, Joan Gaspar, overcame this difficult challenge by opting for polycarbonate instead

The result is an exciting, organic, translucent profile that integrates two volumes into a single shape. This allows for a large shade in different colors that don’t interfere with the interior, which is always white, giving of impeccable lighting with no color bleed.  When it’s on, the Bohemia shines a white light downward, while also enhancing the shade with subtle hues and shadows. This interplay between shadow and light defines the two volumes. The Bohemia is bright and striking, with an exceptional light that aims to surprise all viewers.

 

MILANA by Jaume Ramírez

Moving the point of light, that’s the idea behind the new design by Jaume Ramírez. Milana involves a system of modular suspension lamps that combine with one another and can be moved both vertically and horizontally

Paradoxically, this new design starts by deconstructing the archetype of a lamp; by synthesizing it as much as possible, only a cylindrical body remains, suspended with a built-in LED. To this cylinder we can add different conical shades in two colors, oyster white and black, in several sizes. But most ingenious of all is that each of these lamps can have a simple counterweight such that when they are hung between two points, they can be moved. 

An almost imperceptible lens covers the LED and distributes the light. If only the cylindrical lamp is used, the downward-directed light is impeccable, and when a shade is added, the light escapes, illuminating the lamp itself. This new lighting system gives the user control of the light, offering a new conceptual proposal. Covering and baring lamps, moving them up, down and sideways. Mixing cylindrical shapes or combining them with decorative lamps. Joining direct and indirect light. Milana lets you create countless compositions, a symphony of light. 

 

DIPPING LIGHT  by Jordi Canudas 

The history of the Dipping Light has only just begun. Marset wasn’t willing to settle for just the two table lamp sizes it has come in so far. Its most poetic light expands its uses and is now offered as a portable lamp, suspension lamp, wall lamp and a new table lamp size –ø20 cm– to bridge the gap between the small and large sizes. The colors are the same, with an expanded model line-up.

FollowMe colors by Inma Bermúdez

Few lamps have caused as much buzz as FollowMe. This daring pioneer of portable lighting has become a design icon in just a few short years.

Its simple, airy lines, its tilting shade and its varying light intensity have established it as a beautiful and practical lamp. Now, FollowMe takes a step further by offering an expanded collection with several colours: pink, blue, terracotta and green. The handle is still made of wood, painted in this case

The new FollowMe colors provide multiple possibilities: pink and blue, whose soft colors and gentle light invite serenity, are ideal for children’s rooms or pastel design themes, while the more intense and sophisticated green and terracotta add a spot of bold color to any environment.

A new, fun and colorful collection of this charismatic lamp, where the hardest thing might be deciding which one you like best.