Cornet is a lamp of small dimensions, in all its versions, and particularly repeats the same structure formed by two conical pieces joined at their ends, one of which is an orientation adjustable shade for normal room lighting and reading tasks. Its aesthetics and name refer us to a Cornet, a wind instrument that has inspired Gabriel Teixidó give the shape of a Cornet. It is available in nickel matt, red or white.
The wall fixture lamp is available in three versions: the first consists of an orientation adjustable shade for reading and a square base where the switch can be found, with one rounded corner. The second, with an identical design, has a larger base size and has two possibilities to be placed on the right or on the left side. It also includes a direct light emerging from the base, making this model ideal for installing on both sides of the bed. Finally, a much more minimalist, where the wall fixture is presented in its purest form, uniquely combining two cones and for this a remote installation of the LED transformer is required.
Gabriel Teixidó, born in Barcelona in 1947 and with more than thirty years experience in his profession , has innumerable design creations and important awards to his name, thus making him one of the most renowned Spanish designers in the industry.
Trained at the School of Applied Arts and Crafts in Barcelona and specialized in product design, he is characterized by his almost austere designs and distancing from formal exhibitionism.
His numeral awards include two SIDI awards for“The Bolero chair” and “Columba lamp” , the New Style Award 1995 for “the wide bookshelf”, the “Delta de plata” awards 1992 for the “Canaletas wine rack” and in 1997 for the HI - FI lamp .
His main desire in his profession is to make people happy with his designs. Turn his ideas into commercial successes with a long market life, attributed to his strong artistic background and his keen eye to capture problems traditionally poorly resolved and give good solutions.
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