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Toward the end of 1959, in Aachen, Germany, the now-famous "Scotch Club" had its opening night. The owner, seeing that the patrons were growing bored, asked a journalist to announce the songs as they were played—this was the birth of the discotheque as we know it today. The latest collaboration between Xavier Mañosa and Mashallah, the Scotch Club ceramic collection takes its inspiration from that discotheque, with a design reminiscent of the widely popular revolving disco ball. Its72 faces reflect light from the interior in all directions, casting elegant, complex visual patterns around the room. Made from a meticulous and traditional design process, the lamps are fired four times—using glazes specifically developed for Marset—and incorporate warm, high-quality materials, such as gold. Available in white, blue, terracotta, or black ceramic, with brilliant white or gold enamel interiors, the collection includes three sizes of pendant, as well as wall and ceiling models.