The Discocó pendant light by Christophe Mathieu is one of the best-known Marset lights, easily recognizable thanks to the round scales of the shade. Other works by Mathieu include the Maranga collection and the colorful cordless table lamp Bicoca, which was honored with the Design Plus Award.
Another award-winning battery lamp in the Marset range is FollowMe, designed by Inma Bermudez. The small lamp received the Red Dot Award and has since been supplemented by a larger version - the harmonious proportions between the plastic body and the curved wooden handle are preserved.
The Ginger collection was created by Art Director Joan Gaspar and is characterized by its amazingly delicate shades made of wood veneer. Ginger received the Wallpaper Design Award and is available in numerous variants, all with a convincingly clear, filigree shape and cozy, glare-free LED light. Other popular collections from Gaspar are the Mercer lights with an inner fabric shade and outer diffuser made of transparent glass or the minimalist Polo.
The Tam Tam collection by Fabien Dumas also offers colorful and playful design. The lampshades have the shape of small drums with colored lacquered outer sides, which can be aligned as desired and provide individual, youthful accents.
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More about the brand Marset
Marset is a Spanish brand known for modern and characterful designer lights.
The family company was founded in Barcelona in 1976 and is now one of the leading Spanish companies in lighting design. Marset relies on close and long-term collaboration with its designers - for example, the collaboration with Joan Gaspar has existed since 1996. Not only does it owe him some of his most popular lamp collections, as Creative Director he also directs the artistic direction of Marset significantly.
Marset follows the guiding principle that light has a great influence on how people feel. The aim of lighting is always to improve the quality of life, which places high demands not only on the quality of light, but also on the shape, technology and choice of materials. Among other things, Marset uses glass, metal and plastics, ceramics and wood for its luminaires, thereby incorporating the advantages and character of the material into the design. The result is objects with a unique charm that have what it takes to be a classic - or have already achieved this status.
Marset also pays attention to sustainability in production and the longevity of its creations, and creates luminaires for life that users will enjoy for a long time.
Today Marset lights are popular all over the world, are design classics and innovative trendsetters, timeless icons and representatives of the current zeitgeist. Numerous design awards testify to this success, along with other honors. There are four pioneering lamps in the collection of the Design Museum in Barcelona, including the pendant light Tam Tam, the battery lamp FollowMe and the outdoor lamps Santorini.
The Marset range is largely modern and characterized by a young charm, but also includes some classics that date back to the 1970s and have proven themselves through their timeless beauty and functionality.