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Marset – Spanish temperament transposed into light fixtures

Since 1965 the Spanish light manufacturer Marset Iluminación has been one of the leading addresses for sophisticated lights which are successfully distributed in many countries all over the world. It formerly was a metal processing company which by now has become a symbol for Spanish understanding of design. Headed by Javier Marset, this brand represents original as well as innovative design combined with high-quality workmanship that ensures a long useful

life. Marset presents a product range that is representative for the population of the Iberian Peninsula: on the one hand, the lights embody pure temperament and on the other hand they exude the down-to-earth attitude, for which the Spanish people are also known. Thus, the lights by Marset serve as expressive lighting objects that sometimes are full of vim and vigour and sometimes the personification of purist clarity and minimalist elegance. For this purpose, the traditional

company cooperates with renowned designers: Xavier Mañosa, for instance, is responsible for the charismatic ceramic lights Scotch Club and Pleat Box. A further big name on the design scene is the Spanish designer Joan Gaspar who, for instance, designed the pleasantly unobtrusive Plaff-on! range. Christophe Mathieu, who was born in Hamburg, created for Marset bestsellers such as the petal-shaped Discocó or the Maranga that was inspired by a piece of fruit.


Designers


Joan Gaspar
Born in Barcelona in 1966, the Spanish designer Joan Gaspar, one of the...


Xavier Mañosa
The area of ceramics is Xavier Mañosa’s great passion. He not only creates...


Bestsellers of the Marset product range

The Spanish light manufacturer has a long list of top sellers. One of the most popular ones in the light11 shop is the Marset Plaff-on! range. The ceiling lights made from fine aluminium and hand-blown opal glass create that aura of solidness and genuineness that customers sometimes lack. This way, they set an unobtrusive, almost sublime mark within the room, while they emit a harmonious light at the same time. The piece by Joan Gaspar is available in several sizes and is thus also suitable for larger rooms than halls. An absolute highlight is the Discocó. This pendant light impresses with a fascinating design: delicate plastic discs surround the illuminant located in the middle in such a way that you

cannot help but think of petals that softly enclose a flower. The naturally looking construction not only has a decorative effect: the light emitted by the Marset Discocó is reflected by the discs free of glare and in all directions so that a soft ambient light pleasantly illuminates the room.

The best-known Marset lights include pieces by Xavier Mañosa who, for instance, created the bestseller Scotch Club : a pendant light made from high-quality ceramics, whose design language is reminiscent of the first discotheque in Germany. A further light range that was also manufactured from ceramics and designed by Mañosa consists of the

Pleat Box pendant lights which are provided with lampshades that look like artistically formed berets. Both light ranges have a special appeal that is based on a fascinating contrast: this contrast is created by the black outer surface and the golden inner surface of the shade. An ultra-flat shade is the distinctive feature of the Ginger range. It only measures 4 mm so that it gives the pendant lights, table lamps and floor lamps an almost floating appearance. The visual unique feature of the lighting objects is based on the high-pressure wood coating of the shade, which creates an appealing contrast to the aluminium and metal structure.


Light families


Discocó
Show the Marset Discocó light family


Polo
Show the Marset Polo light family


Maranga
Show the Marset Maranga light family


Marset: customer requirements as the guiding theme

The huge demand for luminaires by the Spanish manufacturer is certainly to a degree thanks to the cooperation with renowned artists. Taking into consideration the customer requirements also forms an important pillar in their model for success.  

This means that Marset leaves nothing to chance when it comes to addressing the customers and therefore only collaborates with acknowledged design professionals in the relevant fields. Star architect Stefano Colli, for instance, is responsible for the trade fair booths,  

the renowned designer Xavi Pubill designs the Marset catalogues and the websites of the expert for aesthetic illumination were created by the Estudio Mariscal.

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