A line of light and a thin metal sheet create a soft and effective diffusion. Lámina exploits the virtues of reflected light with simple, clean lines in varying shades and sizes, laid bare and fully exposed.
This pendant lamp fascinates the eye with the elegance of its curve and soothing light. In 1907, painter Mariano Fortuny Madrazo prolifically used reflective lighting, which he deemed essential to achieve the right colour, with his iconic homonymous lamp. Whether as a single unit or several in sequence, in small or large sizes, Antoni Arolas combination of formal purity and functional virtue elicits emotion. A marriage of the poetic and the practical; creating a soft and pleasant light, without glare.