by Christophe Mathieu , 2012

Distributing the light to make rational use of lighting. The design of the Maranga consists of a shade made up of 32 interspersed pieces that allow fine chinks of light to escape and generate shadows on any nearby wall or surface. In the centre at the bottom, an opening fitted with a diffuser filters the direct light which is projected downwards.

It has a unique shape and emits a warm, nuanced light without any glare.