Foscarini Uto Lamp designed by Lagranja Design
Lagranja - design for firms and close friends-- is established in Barcelona in 2001 by Gerard Sanmarta and Gabriele Schiavon. It is a multidisciplinary layout company (insides, exhibit style and item) that works between Italy and Spain with personal and public customers. To their expert task the workplace have actually added the academic one (IED, Fabrica, Escuela Superior de diseno Elisava, BCN, IUAV).Uto lampGabriele and Gerard's concept began with the need to produce a hanging light made up not of a body and a cable television, as is usually the situation, yet of a solitary pliable, vibrant, fun type. It could be made use of as a flooring light or as an assistance, hung from the wall surface or the ceiling, established in the living area or in the yard.Infiore lampThe name claims it all. A sincere, type and cost-free installation, birthed from the need to develop big objects out of tiny modules. Infiore is figurative and artificial at the same time. It has an unusual reasonable severity that offers it its shape. It is the expression of a free spirit that leaves absolutely nothing to possibility. The petals, made from bi-injected polycarbonate, diffuse and show the light producing unexpected color impacts. Functional and remarkably decorative, we suggest Infiore in 3 models: table light, floor light and pendant. It runs away from pre-conceived summarizes and classifications while opening its petals in an unified and purchased method. These are classic high qualities of all lagranja's layout: flexibility, performance, dream, and logic.Biscuit lampWhen we think about porcelain exactly what initially comes to mind is, of course, supper collections and figurines. We frequently forget that in thin layers, china is a great light diffuser. Recently we've been developing many lights with ingenious and technological materials. By selecting porcelain we would like to go back in time, utilizing an old material and a smart procedure. Caring much more for heat than forms, considering blemish as a value and not as a mistake. Enough needs to include our close friends from Sargadelos in the job, they actually know how you can work with porcelain! Lost in a Galician community, in between big ovens and plaster moulds, we assumed we really did not have to discover a name for our light. Biscuit-- the name given to ceramic fired at low temperature before glazing-- worked just fine. Biscuit is family members of lamps. The repetition of an organic module makes a fascinating mix of lightings and shadows. It is made in various sizes and forms.Maui FamilyTechnical does not always have to be monotonous. This family of downlights and limelights could possibly have been called moon, if it hadn't been that there are hundreds of lights that are already called moon. It might have been called crater, if crater had not been such an unsightly name. However that's where the suggestion came from. If it is not well used, the LED-- the decided on electricity saving light source-- can be blinding. That's why we determined to conceal it inside a cone-- crater-- that doesn't protect against the light getting to the surface we would like to illuminate, yet prevents the lighting from beaming directly in our eyes.