Decorative lamps made of a new composite material
The brand Metalarte created decorative lighting guided by the idea of merging the modern and the traditional. The brand complies with the typical Spanish design and its techniques, always trying to adapt to new trends. Metalarte recently enriched the range of products with a new collection of lamps – “Stones”, created from a material with similar properties as stone. The new composite material is a hybrid between architectural concrete and synthetic stone, technically sophisticated, but the manually produced.
By combining digital technology and manual production, the designers of “Metalarte”, Ramon Ubeda and Otto Kanalda designed and developed this collection of three lamps “Sharon”, “Rolling” and “Oliver”, each with a different character and functions made the same material, cast in molds.
With a cylindrical base and shade, “Sharon” leaves a strong visual impression in the space, thanks to its fine finish on rough base and elegant timeless silhouette.
“Rolling” is portable and multifunctional lamp for the interior and exterior, suitable for illumination of terraces and porches. The handle and the base of the lamp are merging into a single solid body reminiscent of traditional lanterns.
Simple, functional and heavier than the previous two, “Oliver” is a lamp designed for outdoor spaces. The material from which it is made does degrade or rust, which is a great ecological replacement for metal landscape lights.
(Photo Credits: www.metalarte.com)