The FollowMe broke molds and forged a new path in lighting: a beautiful, portable lamp to carry everywhere, a personal object of light and warmth.
Three years and many accolades later and Marset is ready to launch a new version, with a larger size and greater light output: the FollowMe Plus. FollowMe Plus complements its classic predecessor. While the original size is perfect for cozy areas, the Plus reproduces the same warmth and quality of light with greater power. This version stands out for its ability to create entire atmospheres, and is great as a table lamp, desk lamp, or even on the floor. The FollowMe’s oak handle invites you to carry it with you. Both sizes utilize LED technology and have a tilting polycarbonate screen that offers both cozy atmospheric light and direct reading light. A three-position dimmer regulates the light intensity, allowing for a continuous output of between 5 to 20 hours, and the micro USB charging cable makes charging your FollowMe quick and easy.
Inma Bermúdez studied at the School of Industrial Design of the University Cardenal Herrera CEU in Valencia as well as one year of practical studies at the School of Applied Sciences and Design of Pforzheim, Germany. She began her professional career in industrial design working for German design studios Idea, Busse Design and Prodesign.
Every summer since 2002 Inma has also collaborated at the Vitra Design Museum and Centre of Georges Pompidou workshops in SouthWest France.
In 2006 she entered in contact with the well-known Swedish brand Ikea. She formed part of the internal department of Design in Älmhult, Sweden, for six months and since then has strengthened her affiliation with IKEA as a freelance designer working on a variety of products yearly.
Once back in Spain, since 2007, she is part of the internal design department at the Valencian porcelain company Lladró where she develops, along with the rest of the design team, pieces for the more classic artistic porcelain product line as well as for the innovative design of Lladró Atelier successful collections like The Parrots Party and Metropolis.
In 2001 she was awarded with the First Prize of Furniture Design of Andreu World. She has received special mentions in the furniture exposition C’DIM in Valencia, in the contest of “50 caramelos con palo” and Imagineering by Dupont. In 2008 the product Acero door station by Ritto, designed by Inma at the studio Prodesign, received the German design prize of DesignPlus and was nominated for the prize DesignPreis 2009.