A fusion of cultural influences, Collar Lamp, designed by Jordi López Aguiló, merges Spanish elegance with Scandinavian design.

The simple yet striking form of the lamp – which is mounted on an oak wood base – has a fluid contour, which not only casts the ambient LED light evenly across the room, it also allows for greater control over the projection of the light as the shade rotates 180 degrees.

The lampshade is constructed from powder-painted steel. The cold steel of the shade contrasts with the warmth of the wooden base, exuding a distinctly Scandinavian aesthetic, while package in graceful Spanish design.

Recently showcased in Oslo, Collar Lamp is 33 x 7 x 7 cm in size and comes in both a table lamp as well as a wall lamp.

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