Ginger

by Joan Gaspar , 2016

Wood is a great ally of cozy lighting. It is a material that is hard to mold, a challenge that the Ginger collection neatly resolves. The combination of sheets of wood, paper and resins pressed together under high pressure achieves a laminate that appears almost entirely flat, which discreetly lights up spaces with indirect light.

The Ginger collection has been expanded over time to provide solutions to different lighting needs, and is available in pendant, table, wall, and floor lamp versions. This time, we are adding a new, smaller suspension lamp, a portable table lamp, another version of wall lamp with a movable arm, and three different sizes of flush-mount wall lamps.

This year we present the new version of Ginger in metal, which offers the same reflected, warm, glare-free light that helps to accentuate spaces.

This material is applied to some models of the collection with different finishes: gold, black and white outside and gold and white inside. A new, lighter option that’s refined, almost like a sculpture.

Also new in the Ginger collection is the size of the wall version, with a 20-centimeter diameter and which, along with the rest of the collection, can be installed as a set to yield a static, almost artistic object, circles where the metal finish is smooth to the touch and pleasing to the eyes.

With these two highly diverse materials –wood and metal– the Ginger turns into a versatile collection, rounding out the circle and offering a lamp for every lighting and decorating need.