Omma is an inventive lamp, like a tree with fluttering leaves full of light. In Eli Gutierrez’s prepossessing design, it is almost possible to imagine the lamp’s movable wood veneer, artfully edged with metal, flapping in a gentle breeze. Omma is available as a suspension lamp (with one, two, three, and four leaves), a table lamp (with either one or two leaves), a floor lamp (with a single leaf), and a wall lamp (with a single leaf). Individual leaves will rotate up to 180º, allowing the user to create a range of lighting moods. The Omma family of lights are available in several wood veneer colours: Natural White, Natural Beech, and Natural Cherry. The lamp’s metal finishes (used to create the spine and to edge the wood veneer modules) include: Matt Black, Matt Ivory, and Gold.
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|Name||Omma 1 Long Leaf Suspension Lamp - Gold|
|Product Code||OM S120 GD LED DIM0-10V - 22|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||6 Kg|
|Dimensions||Pendant Length: 48.42 inch, Width: 14.96 inch|
|Cord Length||2.5 Meter|
|Material||Wood Veneer Shade, Matt Satin Acrylic Bottom Diffuser, Metal Structure|
Eli Gutiérrez is a cosmopolitan designer, born in Valencia, Spain. After completing her studies in her home city, she moved to London to study a Master’s in Product Design at the Royal College of Art. This step helped her to shape a clear and elegant vision for her own design language, and to hone a keen sense of materials, colours, and textures. Subsequent to this experience, Eli lived in Milan and Paris, where she collaborated with Patricia Urquiola, Philippe Starck, and India Mahdavi. In 2016, Eli founded her own multidisciplinary design studio between Paris and Valencia. She defines her cosmopolitan and cross-cultural approach as that of a ‘World Citizen’: an explorer attentive to detail, and a traveller with a contemporary and incisive view on remodelling the traditional codes of our environment. Eli’s designs feature unique, embedded stories, and are often expressed with an eloquent and fresh elegance.View All Products