Spotlight for home and commercial applications. This version helps to create focal points of light and linear patterns, and can also be pointed upward on a wall. In the polo collection, Joan Gaspar conducts an exercise in down- sizing and brings fluidity to the entire spotlight rotation system, as this light swivels almost 360 degrees. Because it uses LED technology, the small, easily guided cylindrical lampshade focuses the light precisely. In the models that require it, the mechanical wheel switch, which is the same diameter as the lampshade, makes it easy to turn the light on manually. Body and diffuser in lacquered aluminum. Reflector with 36 degree aperture. LED 7W 350mA 3000K 520lm (included)
The fluidity of its movements and its total stability make this flexible fitting a light source which can be moved anywhere without cluttering your desk or taking up too much valuable space. Its integrated LED technology allows one to direct the beam with the utmost precision, for a light that is both focused and warm, yet highly useful. The Polo comes with a diffuser made from injected aluminium, arms and built-in swivel joints CNC milled from an aluminium block, and a rotary switch located in the upper part of the head stock. Available in both black and white, it is supplied with a range of accessories: base, clamp, table or wall bracket, and, more recently, a floor stand, which makes it an ideal contender as a reading lamp.
He studied industrial design in the school of Artes y Oficios in Barcelona. In 1988 started work for VAPOR S.A manufacturing minimalist lamps. From 1992 collaborated with a variety of firms to create new product lines: Roca, Resol, Marset, Mobles 114, Perobell, Santa&Cole, DAE, Vilagrasa, Made Design.
From 1996 collaborated closely with the company Marset Iluminación, developing new products, and product direction for the company. His work has been selected on a variety of occasions for the awards at FAD.
In 1995 received first prize in the Furniture Competition of the Comunidad Castilla la mancha, and in 2000 wins the first prize at the Valencia International Furniture Fair.
In 2001 was awarded with the Delta de Plata for the Atlas range of lamps, and in 2005 for the Neón de Luz, both designed for Marset Iluminación.
Since 1998 Joan has given classes in Materials and technology applied to industrial design, at Elisava School of design in Barcelona. In 2002 opened a professional design Studio in Barcelona working with various companies on new product concepts.