Wall Lamp — Client:


— Year: 2007



Wall Lamp

Simple, essential shapes, dampened by rich and intense hues. A composition that provides a fascinating effect of warm, enveloping light and an absolute, linear construction that develops over various layers of crossing, overlapping planes.
The design concept originates from a suggestive and moving panoramic, almost aerial, view that pays tribute to the designer’s homeland of Mancha, an area of Spain steeped in contrasts that extends over the fields as far as the eye can see. These fields form the focus of Jimenez’s inspiration, from which the designer gathers and summarises the essential geometry merged with the vivid and vibrant colours of the land.

The lamp is composed of acrylic and aluminium sheets that diffuse the light creating a range of lighting effects on the wall. Its modularity is its distinguishing characteristic: available in three different elements that can be supplied individually and matched as you want, it is ideal for furnishing both large and small areas, according to the number of elements used. The lamp’s modular character and the possibility of achieving significant dimensions therefore makes it suitable for use in contract projects requiring a lighting element able to enhance the walls of collective spaces.

Year: 2007
Project: Vicente Garcia Jiménez