Dimensions

Base diameter 12 cm
Cord length 150 cm
Gross weight 1.75 kg
Net weight 0.98 kg

Materials

Shade finish Drip Transparent Glass
Shade material Borosilicate glass
Structure finish Ebony Black
Structure material Aluminium, Iron

Specification

Colour rendering index 90
Colour temperature 2700 k
Energy label IP-20
Hertz 50 hz
Light bulb type LED
Luminous flux 345 lm
Number of bulbs 1
Switch Through Cord
Voltage 230 v
Volume 0.0321 m3
Wattage 3 w
Year 2017

Resources

The Drip takes the diversification of the Drop to the next level.

The Drip has the Drops structure but has a personality all of its own. It is a lighting system that not only evolves into various product types (wall lights, table lamps, floor lamps with USB connection, among others), but also into other lampshade concepts. The new shade of the Drip gives one the impression of being in the presence of a completely different lamp from the Drop. It embodies the Drips spirit; simple, minimalist and with straight lines. The Drips small lampshade is also made from borosilicate glass, giving it a fine, delicate aesthetic. The choice of glass is closely linked to the light it casts, which is bright, but intimate. It creates ambiance while being highly practical for anyone nearby. "I always keep in mind the space a lamp will be placed in because that is where it has meaning," explains Christophe. The design and function of the Drip and Drop fit perfectly into residential projects and contracting work. Because it can be applied in many ways, it works very well in hotels, both in common spaces and in rooms.

*Products come with a fixed UK plug.


Christophe Mathieu

Everyone knows that the Canary islands have the best climate in the world, or at least that’s what Christophe‘s parents thought when they left Germany and Belgium to settle in Spain in the 1960s. He started working with his architect father and decided to study interior design in Barcelona; after finishing his studies, he went to Milan and that was where he discovered industrial design. Over time, he missed the Mediterranean character, and decided to return to Barcelona where he opened his own studio. Proportions, beauty, surprise and seduction are the basis of his designs. His lamps, as objects of light, seek to warmly and gently illuminate spaces. The emotional aspects are always present in the use and functionality, without forgetting that although the main function is to illuminate, the lamp itself is also illuminated, becoming an observed object that occupies a place in the space.


In 1996 Joana Bover founded BOVER in Barcelona. After 20 years of market development, what began as a sketch on a napkin for an architect friend’s project has evolved and grown to become one of the leading companies in the contemporary lighting sector, with its own subsidiary in the United States and a presence in countries worldwide.