- Alvaro Catalán de Ocón/lights
These three lights by Madrid-based designer Alvaro Catalán de Ocón have been made using only three materials – wood, copper, and brass – plus a single light bulb. The series is called Candil, an Arab word used in Spain meaning oil lamp. “I was trying to create the atmosphere and light of a little candle in the side of a room,” says Catalán. These easy-on-the-eye lights are part of an edition of 100 signed pieces.
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