Design: Mariana Pellegrino Soto
Technical data: Suspension lamp giving diffused light in polished opaline blown-glass. Satin brass or anodic bronze finish structure with rectangular profile.
The concept of Alba starts with a very simple element: the designer’s imagination was inspired by a drop of water – which she puts to use in different ways, depending on the model. References to the world of nature, with soft shapes contrasted with square lines, together with the use of a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish, combine to create Alba, a family with a strong visual impact.
In the table lamp version, the drop rests delicately on a satin brass rectangular-section profile in the shape of a double asymmetrical ‘L’, serving as the base and ornamentation of the light.
Suspension Alba on the other hand consists of three models: the single one, without a structure, is gracefully suspended by a cable, and the double one, where the cable supports a metal structure with a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish, with two staggered arms, under which light shines from the opaline drops.
There are two versions of the wall-mounted model: in the first one, the solid is lightly attached to a square-section tubular support that fixes it to the ceiling rose. In the second version, available in two sizes, the tubular takes the form of an upside-down “L”. Available in two sizes, the new Alba wall reinforces its decorative and precious character.
Two floor-standing versions complete the project: in both versions, a large rectangular-section stem with a satin brass finish and anodic bronze finish arises from an anthracite base. In the first version, an arm branches off from the top, with a sphere suspended underneath it, while in the second, two arms of different heights, on each side, support the luminous drops, one from above and the other from below.