Moaré's multiple combinations of formats and colours make it highly versatile. The series takes its name from the Moiré effect, an asymmetrical optical illusion of water, produced by its superimposed textures against the light. And its well-proportioned outer geometry guarantees to safeguard its personality regardless of the chosen option.Read more
A play on transparencies and colours
The Moaré series takes its name from the iridescent effect achieved by the two cylindrical shades, which create optical illusions as their textures react against the light. Today, the collection includes a range of colours and formats for a wide variety of uses. An interplay of transparency and colours. The pendant and the floor versions both feature three central bulbs and an interior diffuser that ensures the brightness is diluted.
Antoni Arola was awarded the Spanish National Design Prize in 2003, and he is recognised as one of the most outstanding members of Spanish design. His versatility and common sense have allowed him to create a range of brilliant designs, from a perfume bottle to a lamp, to large scale interior design projects.