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. The new portable Dipping Light relies on a battery to forego the cable. It has a switch at the base and, like the other Marset portable lamps, features a dimmer to set the light output at one of three intensities. Small but important changes to make it completely mobile. It can also be purchased with a metal base so the lamp can be set atop a table.
Jordi Canudas started up his studio in 2007 in London, after graduating from the Royal College of Art with a MA degree in Design Products. He is a member of the London-based collective OKAY Studio and moved to Barcelona in 2011 where the studio is currently based.
Jordi’s practice develops from a conceptual base onto prototyping and testing with a direct approach to materials. Working in a wide range of fields from product design, product development, art direction, interiors, and one-off production.
Jordi Canudas’ work has been exhibited internationally and can be found within the MoMa collection in New-York and the Design Museum Die Neue Sammlung in Munich. His work has
been featured in many major design publications and newspapers worldwide, such as Wallpaper, BluePrint, I.D. magazine, Salon Magazine and other international press. He is currently teaching at Escola Superior de Disseny Elisava in Barcelona and in Bath Spa University in the UK.