On The Brighter Side
LIGHTING CAN MAKE OR BREAK A ROOM. IT IS A MINEFIELD OUT THERE, AS THE LIGHTING INDUSTRY IS GROWING AT AN EXPONENTIAL RATE WITH EXCITING NEW DESIGNS AND CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY. LIGHTING FIXTURES CAN, FOR EXAMPLE, BE MINIMALISTIC AND DISCREET OR SCULPTURAL WORKS OF ART.
This Page The contemporary Angelica outdoor lamp from Modoluce has a cantilever for easy manoeuvrability. The arm is made from extruded aluminium which is light but extremely resistant. Modoluce is available through Siesta Interior Design in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.siestainteriordesign. com) and Acoola in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www. acoola.eu).
Opposite Page The Origami wall light from Vibia is a creation from world-renowned designer Ramón Esteve. It comes in two versions and offers a wide range of possible configurations to suit your specific lighting requirements. Vibia is available through the Alison Bethell-Collins studio in San Pedro de Al-cántara (www.alisonbethellcollins.com) and ID Latinia in Edif. Playa del Duque in Puerto Banús (www.idlatinia.com).
Faro’s Twist outdoor lighting series was designed by Estudi Ribaudí. The frame on this beacon lamp plays with the light, emitting a soft illumination that is ideal for terraces or gardens. Faro is available through Am-bar Decoraciones in Avda. del Mar Mediterráneo in San Pedro de Alcántara (www.ambardecoraciones. com), Estuco Interiors in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalu-cía (www.estucointeriors.com), Casasola Décor near Torre Real (www.casasoladecor.com) and Magyk in C/ Lagasca in San Pedro de Alcántara (www.magyk.es).
Above Left The rectangular Soiree suspension lamp from Deltalight offers flexibility, simplicity and strength, creating a dynamic aesthetic. The blown glass diffuser in the centre emits subtle illumination through its satin-like finish, which contrasts with its cutting-edge outer frame. Illusion in Urb. Guadalcántara is an official distributor of Deltalight (www.e-illusion.es).
Above Right “In the space between what you know and what you have never imagined, lies La Paz.” Iris Design’s contemporary La Paz ceiling light has small bulbs with a strong light source. Simplicity is its main allure, and it is ideal for a kitchen or over a dining table (www. irisdesignstudio.com) Right Metalarte’s Nanit pendant lamp has a raw but timeless design that would suit a contemporary space. The shade is made from resistant polycarbonate diffusing a glare-free light and it can be used outdoors (www.metalarte.com).
Opposite Page The 28 semi-rigid collection from Canadian lighting company Bocci is a flexible suspension system with pendants nestled in groups or loosely orientated to suit your individual lighting preference (www.bocci.ca).
Northern’s Fold suspension lamp is reminiscent of Japanese origami. It is made from wool with a lami-nation to hold its shape. The wool dampens the sound in a room and the bulb illuminates the folds, emit-ting a beautiful light. Available through Siesta Interior Design in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www. siestainteriordesign.com).
The Holes wall and ceiling light-ing range from Carpyen comes in black or white and in a range of two or three light sources, with an aluminium frame in con-temporary shapes. Carpyen is available through Magyk in C/ Lagasca in San Pedro de Alcán-tara (www.magyk.es).
The Amsterdam lamp from Karman is inspired by a bulldog that found its home in the Dutch capital city. A novel wall lamp that will definitely be a talking point. Available through Siesta In-terior Design in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.siestainteriordesign.com), Acoola in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.acoola.eu) and ID House in Centro Comercial Azalea be-tween San Pedro de Alcántara and Puerto Banús (www.idhouse.es).