Plafonet is one of the most flexible products in our portfolio due to its simplicity, good design and excellent quality vs. cost relationship. Plafonet has been with us since 2005 and it has been taking up a stance on the bestsellers ranking year after year. This ceiling lamp was born in our technical office and it is the result of long talks between Carles Riart, Lluís Porqueras and Joana Bover during the refurbishment of the Fonda Europa in Granollers, in which Riart and Porqueras contributed their best knowledge, steeping that beautiful place with a new air but keeping its strong identity. The result was a more comfortable space for endless social gatherings. All the furniture and accessories were designed and created separately, according to the use and place where they were supposed to be allocated. That was, without a doubt, the result of the sensitivity Mr. Parellada, the owner, has for design.
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|Name||Plafonet 43 Ceiling Lamp|
|Product Code||0124905C LED|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||2.57 Kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Shade Diameter: 16.93 inch, Lamp Shade Height: 5.91 inch|
|Material||Cotton or Translucent Ribbon Shade, Methacrylate Diffuser and Iron & Brass structure.|
"Barcelona 1944, furniture designer and interior designer, studied at the Eina school in Barcelona where he taught. The practical learning was done with a cabinetmaker. His professional activity began in 1969, together with Bigas Luna, they created Gris, a store and an interior design studio. Later on, and already alone, I created the studio-studio Diputació (1974) and the Comercial Estelar (1978). His designs, mainly of furniture are, in many occasions, recoveries and reintroductions postmodern of traditional typology. He has done work for companies such as Casas, Oisforn ,, Knoll Internacional, Bover ... He was part of the ADI FAD board and was a board member of the FAD awards. In 1993 he was awarded the medal of this institution."View All Products
In 1996, Joana Bover founded Bover in Barcelona, Spain. Born from napkin sketches scribbled down at a restaurant, the Bover brand now ships its diverse product profile around the world. Today, a full team of respected designers joins Joana Bover in creating new lighting experiences for people everywhere. Despite the continuing growth of the Bover brand, Joana Bover has maintained pursuit of her original vision. She believes in timeless design, a balance between quality and price, and in defending the rights of the designers that painstakingly realize Bover products.View All Products
Porqueras himself recognises that he began designing without really knowing what industrial design was all about. After doing some courses in architecture and renovating a few country houses, in 1956 he set up Stoa, the first Catalan design studio, which, amongst other things, brought out lights by Enric Franch. Together with Jaume Vaquero, he established Vapor in 1979. The company manufactured warm, simple lamps, going against the technological trendiness of the times. "I made very simple things", affirms Lluis. "Even though the manufacturing process involved 25 separate operations, the end result was simplicity itself; all I wanted to do was to pare away, to pare away and to pare away until I reached the pure essence of a simple, useful object"!. In his own words, "In time, I have come to realise that I have been a very bad businessman. Luckily, Marset showed an interest in what we were doing in Vapor and the major part of our catalogue now forms part of their collection". Some time later, he worked for Targetti for 3 years to create a lighting series. In addition to creating lights for his own organisation, he has also collaborated with companies such as Mobles 114 and Santa & Cole. The hanging Claris lamp and the Finisterre street marker, designed in conjunction with Joan Gaspar, stand out amongst his many designs.View All Products