NÓN LÁ - A / 01 / Wall light Light source: 1 x 10.5 W Led / 1200 Lumens / CRI 85 / 2700o Kelvin ø 22 cm/8.66" ø 11.50 cm/4,53“ p 10 cm / 3.94" Finishings White brilliant lacquer Chrome Black brilliant lacquer Brilliant copper Dim 1-10v white brilliant lacquer Dim 1-10v chrome 8436535535649 Dim 1-10v black brilliant lacquer Dim 1-10v brilliant copper

One of the most distinctive signs from Vietnam is the hat used by women in the countryside to protect themselves from the sun and the rain and as a basket to carry food. Nón Lá is the name used to describe this Vietnamese hat and it is also the name we selected for this lamp. This is the way we pay homage to its shape and centenary culture.  The simplicity of this cone-shaped lamp, offers a lightweight and resistant structure with an avant-garde touch thanks to the decentralized light cavity. The lamp’s hood is made out of aluminium and then platted or lacquered. The cast iron base of the lamp is angle shaped, which makes it look more rude, in contrast to its subtle cone-shaped shade. Nón Lá fills the space with direct bottom light and includes a polycarbonate diffuser which hosts a dimming own-made led plate. The Nón Lá family consists of pendant, table and wall light versions.

Jorge Pensi Design Studio

JORGE PENSI DESIGN STUDIO was set up in 1984 in Barcelona’s Gothic quarter, specializing in furniture and lighting design, the visual image of its products and staging for different types of events.

Since then the studio has consolidated its position as a global point of reference for contemporary design. Its minimalist and expressive designs have received numerous prizes and awards.

The studio’s working method is characterized by intensive communication between the team and their clients throughout the design phase, from the initial idea to the final product, in a relaxed and creative environment

If there is one thing which defines Jorge Pensi Design Studio’s products, it is their timelessness. They constantly seek a balance between poetry and realism, material and space, abstraction and emotion. The aim is to create as many sensations as possible with as few resources as possible, challenging the usual logic in order to establish whether or not it is possible to create something new.

“Those of us who live near the Mediterranean know all the nuances of light.