For almost ten years, the Ledtube has been one of the most iconic products in the Marset collection: a headboard lamp with a powerful, movable beam of light that’s an archetype due to its functionality and ability to blend with any space.
Its ergonomic design beckons you to move it and its use is very intuitive. When opened, it turns on automatically; when closed, it turns off. The newest version of Ledtube builds on years of improvements and features a honeycomb grill that traps peripheral light in all directions, avoiding glare. Available in four finishes – matte black, matte white, aluminium, and bronze – it captures the rigor of a well-designed product that’s highly functional and addresses an unresolved problem in contract projects. An ingenious lamp that has lit up rooms in countless hotels – in several of them as a certified product – to provide company during the best part of the day: when it’s time to relax and read before sleep.
Born in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, near Barcelona. As a child, his father awoke in him an interest in how things work by fixing objects, playing with small electric motors or light bulbs. He began his studies in the car industry and shortly afterward studied industrial design at the Elisava School in Barcelona, where he began to transition to the world of design.
He came into the world of lighting by chance, and after two years of developing products in other companies in the sector, he joined Marset’s technical department in 2003. He has worked for hand in hand with designers to develop their lamps. This close relationship has allowed him to learn how to maintain the essence of each product, down to the last detail, while providing all his know-how to make the lamps technically impeccable. Over these years, he has developed the technology for many products and has also designed one of the Marset collection’s most iconic items: the Ledtube. This reading lamp offers what may be the most functional design in the collection. It has been on the market for ten years and has been approved by countless hotels. He has been Marset’s technical director for a few years.