“Paraboloids, hyperboloids and helicoids, constantly varying the incidence of the light, have a nuanced richness themselves, which make ornamentation and even modelling unnecessary”. Antoni Gaudí

The Gaudí lamp is simple and free of any ornamentation, formed from suspended catenary arcs that envelop a simple point of light. The catenary is one of the keys to Gaudí’s work, an extraordinarily simple element yet crucial in the design of many of his buildings. It is based on the curve traced by a chain when held up by its ends and subjected to a uniform gravitational field. The word is derived from the Latin catenarius and means inherent to a chain.

Gaudi lamp

Configurable both in points of light and in number of arcs and finishes, the Gaudí lamp is extraordinarily flexible and easily adapts to the different spaces, with the user determining its final position. It also consists of an extensive family of pendant, floor and tabletop elements as well as fixtures, which always have the catenary as the common denominator.

The Gaudí lamp can be personalised to order and is available in different finishes, which include polissed brass, satin, chrome and bronze.

Gaudi lamp

Gaudi lamp

Gaudi lamp

Gaudi lamp

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