Scotch Club is more than a simple lamp, it is actually a statement. Mashallah and Xavier Manosa have designed it in such a way as to prove that good design transcends all times and technologies. Thus the prototype of the lamp was made from the drawings sent to the manufacturing unit by fax, a machine that has not long ago revolutionized communications and yet become obsolete for a while now. Distributed by Marset, Scotch Club is a polygonal pendant lamp that pays tribute to the revolving disco ball by its shape and to the first discotheque in Europe by its name. The 72 facets of the lamp reflect the light in as many directions, like inviting to movement and dance. The lamp is made in ceramic and it comes in three sizes: 17, 26 and 41 cm. A ceiling and two wall models complete the collection.The exterior comes in four finishes, white, blue, terracotta, or black, while the interior shines brightly in white or gold. It can be used in a playful deign to create a funky atmosphere, but it can very well adapt to more sober environments. Great design gives object this capacity of either adapting to the environment or making the environment adapt to their presence. The Saturday night fever is still well there, inspiring designers and artists of all sorts!
Posted in Pendant Lights on October 7, 2013 1:21 AM