’Lamparella’ is a luminaire designed with practicality as a key point, since its designers intended with this product to merge the lamps with the bedside tables where they supported. This wall lamp is made using 2 curved pieces of wood, one that serves as an anchor to the wall and support for books or other utensils, and another that holds the bulb. It is highly recommended as a bedroom lamp next to a bed to deposit books or mobile phone, as a hall lamp to leave the keys or even in the living room to leave any object in addition to fulfilling its main function of providing light. It also has the advantage of being able to be acquired in 4 different finishes, white, gray, oak and walnut to adapt in the best possible way to the environment where it will be located. It measures 44x44 cm wide and high and 36 cm long, being the source of light (included with the product) E-27 LED 9W 800lm 3000K (warm light).
Power requirements 9W
Nacho Timón, a young and rolling stone designer with a curious and observant character, was born in Valencia in 1978 and was trained in the ESDI_UCH-CEU school at the beginning of the 21st Century. He is clearly a lover of the rational thought between shape and function. He always searches for the functional beauty and the balance between the concept and the limit of the used materials. Simple yet ingenious concepts as well as a sense of humour and irony define his style. His objectives are to achieve savings in materials and streamlined objects, ecology and energy efficiency. He has specialised in Lighting Design and advertising gadgets. He is ultimately a restless and creative designer who tries to improve the lives of his peers with his humble daily work.