Designed by David Pompa
The combination of metal with transparent and satin glass surfaces create a contemporary and unique object. The use of 100% recycled, handblown glass that causes an irregular surface with surprisingly tiny air bubbles enclosed inside the material that create a charming light effect.
With an eye catching personality, Ambra is a unique wall lamp that stands out for its minimal, unusual proportions. Its volumes provide an interesting uplight to interior settings by projecting the light onto the wall. Ambra wall generates a soft indirect glow. It creates a third visual element on the wall that complements the two […]
Lago embodies a classical pendant lamp. Its material mix becomes a functional combination of clean shapes enhancing the qualities of the natural mineral. The semi translucent stone allows both materials to be appreciated from several angles. Onyx?s opacity reflects its elegance, accentuating the different tones in every piece, making it rich in shades and depths, […]
The exquisite form and smooth finish accentuates the elegance of Barro Negro. The tubular shape with its flawless edged terrace combines heritage and tradition with a modern twist. Barro negro is a special clay from Oaxaca characterized by its black color that comes from the smoke during the firing process.
A geometric interaction between volcanic rock and opal glass diffuser. Two geometrical spheres of contrasting yet complementary materials. A compact size made for an intimate moment. The smooth dimmer allows Origo table to shift from sculpture to table lamp and all emotions in between. The new composition complements both pendant and wall version, bringing its […]
The table lamp (Biny Table n?231) by Jacques BINY is almost an alien in the lunar world in the luminary world. Some appear like a robot, others as cartoon characters, and still others a radically effective minimalist object. Created in 1958, lights are still very modern. For good reading light, Biny designed it with fins […]
Geometry in its purest form. Origo embodies opposite essences mirroring volcanic rock and an opal glass diffuser. An exploration of an interaction, light shining onto the texture of the volcanic rock, revealing its relief and contour. Sober and logical, both materials create a relationship between light and composition. Spheres work as a double geometry, mirroring […]
Origo wall lamp structure flips horizontally to bring its shadows and light into a new context. Paring a volcanic rock sphere together with an opal glass diffuser, the contrast and tension between the materials become evident. An interaction of two different materials, a highlight of texture and shine. The handmade recinto volcanic stone is illuminated […]