Maranga is the name of an imaginary fruit: exquisite, tempting, succulent. It reinterprets Scandinavian style in the essentiality of its shape and its rational use of lighting to generate a warm, comfortable atmosphere.Read More...
Maranga is the name of an imaginary fruit: exquisite, tempting, succulent. It reinterprets Scandinavian style in the essentiality of its shape and its rational use of lighting to generate a warm, comfortable atmosphere.
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|Dimensions||:||Lamp Shade Diameter: 19.68 inch, Pendant Shade Height: 6.29 inch, Canopy Diameter: 4.33, Canopy Height: 1.37 inch, Lamp Max Reach From Ceiling To Shade: 86.41 inch|
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|Name||Maranga 50 Pendant|
|Product Code||A644-001 LED|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||4.2 Kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Shade Diameter: 19.68 inch, Pendant Shade Height: 6.29 inch, Canopy Diameter: 4.33, Canopy Height: 1.37 inch, Lamp Max Reach From Ceiling To Shade: 86.41 inch|
|Cord Length||2 Meter|
|Material||A shade made up of 32 polycarbonate sections, all attached to an upper chromed metal cover. Underneath there is a transparent polycarbonate diffuser with a prismatic engraving.|
Everyone knows that the Canary islands have the best climate in the world, or at least that's what Christophe's parents thought when they left Germany and Belgium to settle in Spain in the 1960s. He started working with his architect father and decided to study interior design in Barcelona; after finishing his studies, he went to Milan and that was where he discovered industrial design. Over time, he missed the Mediterranean character, and decided to return to Barcelona where he opened his own studio. Proportions, beauty, surprise and seduction are the basis of his designs. His lamps, as objects of light, seek to warmly and gently illuminate spaces. The emotional aspects are always present in the use and functionality, without forgetting that although the main function is to illuminate, the lamp itself is also illuminated, becoming an observed object that occupies a place in the space.View All Products