Marset - Dipping Light

The new suspension Dipping Light, designed by Jordi Canudas, is now offered as a portable lamp, suspension lamp, wall lamp and a new 20cm table lamp to bridge the gap between the small and large sizes.

The new suspension Dipping Light gets rid of everything to keep only the essential, with colour taking centre stage. When using several lamps to make a composition, the visual effect is mesmerising. This new version comes in three sizes, with 12.5, 20 and 30cm diameters.
With the Cluster accessory, it is possible to connect several suspension lamps into a single point of light, offering the absolute freedom to build with light. This accessory helps to illuminate large spaces or create compositions with the Dipping Light collection or the Ginger 20 model.

Lladró - Parrot Party Collection

The Parrot Party collection is now enhanced by the arrival of tabletop and wall lamps. Pure and functional design is coupled with the elegance of Lladró works. The refined forms of the supports, reminiscent of the abstraction of a tree, contrast with the minute plumage of the birds.

The decorative potential of lovebirds, cockatoos, parakeets and parrots, their bright colouring and the carefully studied proportion all add to the realism of a scene in which it seems as if the birds have just alighted on a brief rest during their flight.

LZF - Tomo

In a design that is reminiscent of books placed side by side, Tomo is a wonderfully bookish light. An intelligent and thoughtful lamp, it was created by Spanish design studio MUT. Presented as a series of wood veneer oblongs, Tomo is both graphic and geometrical in form. Available as a suspension lamp, Tomo appears like an illuminated row of hanging volumes. And as a table lamp, Tomo’s arrangement is evocative of book spines.

LEDS C4 - Shoemaker

Shoemaker, designed by Joel Karlsson, redefines classic lighting, providing powerful technical features. The felt shade brings warmth and reduces noise in a space. The smart lighting LED technology enables temperature and light intensity control, offering high visual comfort. This makes Shoemaker the ideal solution for restaurants, offices and soft contract projects alike.

Shoemaker is available in two finishes, grey and charcoal, and comes in round or oval shapes.

Faro Barcelona - Le Vita Collection

Le Vita is a collection of luminaires designed by Daniel Vila and Esther Pujol from Nahtrang Studio for Faro Barcelona. The weight of light shapes the aluminium structure, transforming it into a soft material that accompanies the opal glass diffuser sphere of light. A memory of the reflection of the moon on the horizon and the gravity that surrounds us.

The simplicity of its design, the softness of its forms and the delicacy of its materials make Le Vita a jewel luminaire that brings elegance and voluptuousness to sophisticated and luxurious spaces as well as to the most modern and contemporary ones.

Estiluz - Alfi Collection

Delicate and functional like a pin, Alfi is inspired by the world of fashion and tailoring. The Alfi family conveys the playful movement of pins and is available in floor, wall, ceiling and pendant models. Highly adjustable thanks to the independent movement of its light source components, the Alfi suspension luminaires allow interior designers to model light in the space and to create infinite forms, mimicking the pins that help tailors create countless patterns.

Designed by José Manuel Ferrero from Estudi {H}ac Atelier and developed by Estiluz’s design team, Alfi luminaires are conceived for optimum adaptability. Its open frame is designed to effortlessly create different configurations and to seamlessly integrate geometry and disorder, achieving the visual and functional balance required by any environment.

Ole! Lighting - Bimba

Ole! Lighting launched the Bimba collection in 2020; a family of decorative fixtures with an original design that includes suspensions, ceilings and wall lights. These black metal structures are wrapped with hand-braided cord. For these designs, the cord is widely separated, allowing much more light to pass through, creating a unique light scattering.

Moreover, as a novelty, two different cord colours can be chosen to be combined during the braiding, allowing customisation and adaptability for the lamp.

Bimba is designed with the idea of using decorative LED luminaires and in the case of wall lights, mirror bulbs are recommended to avoid direct dazzle.

In addition, with Bimba you will be able to give colour to your lighting  by choosing coloured cords in vivid tones or neutral tones that suit the colour scheme of the room or space it will feature in.

Ole! Lighting has many collections based on this material, but Bimba offers a change of style, as a family of models with different braiding options.

Beneito Faure - Bora

Bora is a new decorative lighting family with more than 30 different combinations available. From suspended to recessed, surface and magnetic rail, the Bora luminaire was born from the idea of ​​creating a minimalist and versatile product that can be arranged in multiple configurations.

The Bora luminaire is made up of two different powers and sizes, with 4.5W and 8.5W, in the finishes white, matte black, chrome and rose gold and is available in colour temperatures of 2700K and 3000K, and its CRI> 93 offers excellent colour definition.

The Bora decorative light can be placed individually, in pairs or in groups, with the possibility of playing with its placement to create different atmospheres and effects.

Carpyen Barcelona - Mei Collection

Mei table lamp, Mei suspension and Mei Movil pendants are soft and magical, taking us on a dreamy journey to oriental landscapes. Their generous contours are reminiscent of millions of lanterns shining of a warm light. A genuine companion to a muted atmosphere, the table lamp offers us a comforting and soothing light. The natural material of the porcelain endows Mei with a sensitive and gentle soul.

Luzfin - Aura Lamp

The Aura lamp is an aluminium extruded suspension lamp designed by Gauzak design studio and is available in customised colours. Aura is a lamp that collects the experiences of the multi-generational company and embodies a familiar, almost classic form. However, as a light source it exclusively uses LEDs, located in strip format along the perimeter of the hood.

A contrast is created between the materiality of its body and the lightness transmitted by its indirect lighting.

a by arturo alvarez - Fluo


Emotion, light and design come together in each of a by arturo alvarez's designs where, through high quality materials, organic and elegant shapes are sought. Its manual processes are charged with emotions that make each lamp unique. As if it were a vaporous fabric, the Fluo collection is made of painted galvanised mesh. The magic that is projected on the walls has led this design to win a Good Design award in 2009. Check out this video, which shows the process of making it.

Clara del Portillo

Clara del Portillo (Left) and Alex Selma (Right)

Design studio Yonoh was founded in 2006 by Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma in Valencia, Spain. The studio boasts a full portfolio of product, furniture and lighting design, working with numerous big names in the lighting industry, including Vibia, Bover, Flos, Foscarini, Zero and Louis Poulsen.

During its short career, Yonoh has acquired multiple industry awards such as Red Dot, iF design award and Wallpaper* Design Award to name a few.

Selma and del Portillo both have backgrounds as industrial designers and established solo careers before meeting in 2004 at a young designer’s exhibition. Fast forward to 2006 and their first collection was released under the collaborative Yonoh brand. Since, the pair have created numerous design collections across various disciplines, alongside their work as Associate Teachers at the Cardenal Herrera CEU University in Valencia, delivering workshops and lectures around the world promoting their work.

Acting Editor, Sarah Cullen sits down with del Portillo to find out more about her background as a designer and her work as a Partner at Yonoh.

“I’m from Valencia in Spain and studied Design Technical Engineering at the Cardenal Herrera CEU University. I was then an Erasmus student in Paris at the Strate College. That was a very enriching experience that made me grow as a person,” she says. “University made me fall in love with design. The ambience was great, and we had professional designers as teachers that made us love the profession.

“After finishing my studies and returning from Paris, I started working on different design jobs while I was preparing to present at a young designer’s exhibition in Valencia called NUDE. There is where Alex and I met and where Yonoh’s seed was planted. After that, we started collaborating on some projects and then in 2006 we started our own studio.”

del Portillo’s career and interests have never strayed from the design world, with her first official job in Paris working for a company that worked on shop windows and ephemeral furniture design for perfume and luxury cosmetic brands. “After I came back to Spain where I was working on furniture design, although I didn’t stay in that job for long. Even if the brand was great and I was loving the furniture, it wasn’t really my thing to be working in a shop,” she says. “I started to work with furniture manufacturing here in Valencia, where I have learned a lot about the technical side of manufacturing. It was an enriching job where I based myself for nearly four years, up to the point of starting Yonoh with Alex.”

When asked about where inspiration strikes and what her influences are in her design work, del Portillo explained how it typically comes from day to day life but that traveling sparks it the most. “Knowing different cultures and understanding that not all people live like you makes you look at things differently,” she says.

Yonoh is a multidisciplinary studio that produces a varied portfolio of designs stretching across different industries from furniture to products. They have worked with numerous big brands in the industry, including Vibia and Bover in Spain, Flos and Foscarini in Italy and Zero and Louis Poulsen across Europe. “We have had the chance of working with some great lighting companies across the world,” she adds.

When asked about lighting, it is clear this design process plays a fundamental role in del Portillo’s repertoire. “Working with light is different to working on any other product because they are objects that are sometimes on and sometimes not,” she says. “We have to think about it and make the lamp work well in both conditions.” When referencing what lighting should bring to a space, del Portillo adds that “the most important aspect is to create an ambience with light. It really depends on which space you’re illuminating but creating a comfortable ambience for us is the most important part.

“Architectural and decorative lighting are complementary, and both are necessary for a perfect ambiance. Decorative is more important in interiors with its main goal to create a relaxing and restful space. Architectural is more for hospitality and contract use, but we always find a mix of them in every project.”

As a young studio, the pair approach each project with fresh eyes and deliver an end result that both features a subtle design style as well as a solution for their client. “I think we have a little design style that we try to adapt for each client. When they call us, it is usually because they like what we do. But, at the same time they want something that fits with what they already have. All our projects are influenced by all of our other projects we are doing or have done, as well as the collection of companies that we have worked for. Everything is mixed.”

Further to the mixed approach to each product and client project, del Portillo has also observed that the current trends across interior design both in Spain and internationally is the idea that having no trend is the trend. “Nowadays, everything is fine – every style, every mix. We have minimalism and maximalism and then industrial and brutalism, and they all fit together. I think that’s the trend – no trend,” she adds.

Next in the pipeline for the design duo is a collection of furniture and lighting for both indoor and outdoor applications. In the early stages of planning and designing, del Portillo and Selma both factor in and question what is more important for the design's purpose. “Shape is nothing without function. Design wouldn’t be design without function, that’s the most important.

“We always say that a lamp must be beautiful when switched off, but even more beautiful when switched on.”

Both del Portillo and Selma are young designers with a young studio, but both bring a well established history of design knowledge that has set them in good stead to tackle all projects that cross their paths. “The most rewarding part about working in design is to see that people like what you have done, they buy it and use it. Walking around and seeing your products in a shop window or used in a bar or hotel…That’s really exciting!” concludes del Portillo.