Pu-erh 32 pendant, black - white

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Description

Marset’s Pu-erh 32 pendant, designed by the ceramist Xavier Mañosa in 2017, charms with its hand-moulded ceramic shade that has a delicate texture resembling pleated silk. Named after a Chinese tea type, Pu-erh lamp reflects the traditions of Asian minimalism. Another distinctive feature is the presence of its artisanal process: each pleat and ridge has been sketched by hand before applying to the ceramic mould. Pu-erh collection features pendants in different sizes and attractive colours, which complement both, modern interiors and more classic décors.

Manufacturer:
Marset
Design:
Xavier Mañosa
Material:
Ceramic
Colour:
Black, white
Diameter:
32 cm
Height:
18,7 cm
Light source:
Fixed 7,8W LED (included)
Colour temperature:
2700K
Luminous flux:
1066lm
Lifetime:
50 000 h
IP rating:
20
Protection class:
II
Energy label:
A++ - A
Cable length:
200 cm
Weight:
3 kg
Canopy:
Included

Designer

Xavier Manosa

Xavier Manosa

Xavier Mañosa (b. 1981) is a Spanish ceramist and industrial designer, who is considered one of the most prominent ceramic artists of his generation. Growing up in a ceramist family, young Mañosa took distance from his roots by moving to Berlin to study industrial design. But in Berlin he also discovered his own way to work with ceramics – Mañosa’s designs often combine modern, industrial techniques with ancient artisan traditions. Today, Mañosa lives in Barcelona and works at his own ceramic studio Apparatu.

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