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Design by Joan Gaspar, 2001.

There is an obsession at present, when it comes to lighting a contemporary space, for hiding lamps and light sources. Most try to light without revealing exactly where the light is coming from. This wall lamp breaks with trend. Totally within sight it can be placed on ceilings as well as on walls and gives excellent results when placed in repetition.

The cover, injected with transparent polycarbonate, is made of two parts: the cover and the body. The cover is fixed to the body by a simple clipping system and the body is fixed to the surface by another piece of plastic. The inside of the reflector is made of an inlay sheet and the diffuser of pressed glass. Visually the polycarbonate acts as a case creating an effect in which the body seems to be floating in air. The Flash lamp can be grouped in bases of 3.

Dimensions 4.3"D X 4"H. For a group of three- the overall diameter is 10.6"; uses 3 X 60W 120V G9 halogen lamps (included)

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Notes: UL Listed.

Dimensions:

  • 4.3"D X 4"H
  • Group of 3: 10.6" D

Lamp Type: HALOGEN

Bulbs: 1 X 60W 120V G9 halogen lamp (included)

Listing: UL

Joan Gaspar

Joan Gaspar studied industrial design in the school of Artes y Oficios in Barcelona. In 1988 Gaspar started work for VAPOR S.A manufacturing minimalist lamps. From 1992 he collaborated with a variety of firms to create new product lines: Roca, Resol, Marset, Mobles 114, Perobell, Santa&Cole, DAE, Vilagrasa, and Made Design. From 1996 he collaborated closely with the company Marset Iluminación, developing new products, and product direction for the company.

His work has been selected on a variety of occasions for the awards at FAD. In 1995 he received first prize in the Furniture Competition of the Comunidad Castilla la mancha, and in 2000 Gaspar won the first prize at the Valencia International Furniture Fair. In 2001 the designer was awarded with the Delta de Plata for the Atlas range of lamps, and in 2005 for the Neón de Luz, both designed for Marset Iluminación. Since 1998 Joan Gaspar has given classes in Materials and technology applied to industrial design, at Elisava School of design in Barcelona. In 2002 he opened a professional design Studio in Barcelona working with various companies on new product concepts.

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