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LAMPS IN BRASS FINISHES, THE TREND THAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT

LAMPS IN BRASS FINISHES, THE TREND THAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT


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For some time now, decorative lamps with brass finishes have become a trend.

Several manufacturers have reissued some of their iconic designs, and many others have created new ceiling and table lamps that incorporate this distinguished material.

Internationally renowned firms such as Santa & Cole , Marset , Rubn Lighting, Oluce , Gubi, Parachilna, Flos or Vibia are committed to including the brass finish in their offer of designer lamps and luminaires .

This trend that was born a few years ago, and has been consolidated for some time now, forgets the most common chrome, white or black finishes, which had set the general trend.

The incorporation of brass opens up a new range of possibilities for architects and interior designers who want to be up to date in their creative approaches and projects.

Today's brass lamps: nobility and elegance as hallmarks

Brass is considered a noble metal , it has a unique golden color, matte finish, a little darker than gold.

We are talking about an elegant material , used for centuries, which in the 21st century returns to have a marked presence in the sun chandelier of restaurants , fashion stores, hotels, and also in homes, etc.

Prestigious lamp designers such as Michael Anastessiades or Jordi Canuda explore the ocean of possibilities that the brass finish provides, for example, when combined with fine woods such as oak, creating an exceptional pairing.

On the other hand, along with lighting brands, high-end furniture and decoration firms have begun to include brass details in their finishes .

You can see examples of this in the legs of chairs and tables, as well as in ceramics and brass-plated materials that offer a unique aesthetic, in a metallic mahogany tone.

Fancy seeing an example of a 1970s lamp, recently reissued in brass?

Atollo brass table lamp – 233 by OLUCE

Designed at the end of the seventies by the renowned Vico Magistretti, the Atollo – 233 lamp is a good example of reinvention of a classic design.

A table lamp that was initially only offered in black and has now been reissued in brass , which aesthetically stands out for its game of simple geometries, for its light and subtlety.

With the incorporation of the brass finish to the Atollo – 233 lamp, OLUCE has managed to update one of its reference creations.

An interesting lighting proposal that, for example, brings a touch of distinction to living rooms and reading spaces , decorated with hardwood shelves.

OLUCE Berlin 400 brass ceiling light

Also from the Italian firm Oluce, we highlight Berlin 400 , a ceiling lamp in a brass finish, discreet as well as elegant.It incorporates a sandblasted diffuser that avoids seeing the light source, a detail that does not prevent the passage of a lot of light.

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