Last week we had a presentation by Marset, a Spanish lighting brand, and here are our favourite lighting pieces from them.

Pleat box.
The idea behind the Pleat Box is a sophisticated combination between a digitally designed crease in a piece of cloth and a silhouette that is applied to a ceramic base.

Soho is presented as a statement, in recognition of the merits of the lamps traditionally used in markets, taverns and cafeterias. 

Tam Tam.
The new pendant models have been simplified with the addition of a hanging pole to which coloured lampshades are attached that can be oriented in any direction and come in a variety of colours.

Due to its functional architectural design, the Ledtube can be installed either vertically or horizontally, and is an excellent choice for a bedside, headboard, or under-cabinet light.

Conceived as a modular system for producing lengthways strips of light, it is designed to be included in any surroundings using decorative resources. The frontal profile made of transparent polycarbonate makes it possible to slot in a film made of white linen. Warm and understated, it explores new possibilities for interior design.

The fusion of different materials achieves a spectacular result as its pure textile shade floats in a transparent blown glass structure, so that the fabric provides a diffused and delicate light that mixes with the sparkling blown glass lamp.