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A Lamp with personality – The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

Inspired by a sweet meringue-based confection made with simple ingredients like eggs, icing sugar, granulated sugar and almond powder. However, making the perfect sweet is not an easy task.

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

Macaron lamp follows the same idea; combining simple materials with the right proportions, in order to get a lamp with personality.

Wood conveys us warmth and strength. along with the cord which links between the two pieces of wood, giving a touch of originality with its texture and color.

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

It happens quite the same when it comes the macaron with different flavors combining perfectly in it.

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

A Lamp with personality - The Macaron Lamp by Silvia Ceñal

Product Details:
Material: Fir plywood and cord
Dimensions: Macarón lamp 30: D30x15cm – Macarón lamp 45: D45x19cm
Colors: White, red, blue and yellow
Manufacturer: Silvia Ceñal Design Studio

About Silvia Ceñal:
Silvia Ceñal was born in San Sebastián in 1985. After studying a Technical Ingeneering
in the University of Basque Country, she extended her knowledge in Groningen (Netherlands) and Florence (Italy). After a short period working in different studios, she increased her know-how in furniture design at IED in Madrid. In 2010 she continued her career at Stone Designs Studio, working with Cutu Mazuelos and Eva Prego.Nowadays she works with companies of furniture and lighting sector such as the Portuguese company Two Six, the Spanish companies Muebles Lufe and Massmi.

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