01 product description
The Mercer is a beautiful and elegant lamp. The fusion of different materials achieves a result that surprises for its spectacular outcome. Clean shapes and surprising composition that gives character to any space.
The peculiarity of the Mercer is based in its cotton raw ribboned shade which floats in a transparent blown glass structure. This results in an extremely original product that also allows the mixing with any kind of atmospheres and materials. This lamp exists in two versions: in the first one the cotton raw ribboned shade sends out a diffused light; the second, more sober, sends out a direct light on top and bottom. It comes with a dimmer to adapt the light creating thus nice and relaxing environments, as the one in the lobby of the hotel The Mercer in New York where its name comes from.
|180 mm, 290 mm, 380 mm|
|250 mm, 410 mm, 530 mm|
03 technical data
|Illuminant, means of lighting|
|standard light bulb|
|class II (protective isolation)|
Fire prevention classes
Inspection seal /certification
05 All Mercer Products
06 TagsArchitecture, Interior, Javier M. Borrás Products, Joan Gaspar Products, marset Articles, marset Products, reference
07 Articles about marset
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The studio of Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola came up with the interior for luxurious hotel Mandarin Oriental in Barcelona. Scarcely recognizable as a hotel from the outside, inside it is all the more inviting, providing a temporary home for design enthusiasts from all over the world.