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In its constant commitment to design, Faro Barcelona has made Lampanot a reality.

The designer Cristina Borrás won the “Premi Talent 3D 2016”, an initiative created to foster young designers’ talent.

Photo: Ricard Badia

Lampanot is a portable light with a minimalist design that pays tribute to the purest design of Barcelona. Based on the Panot, the design of the tiles of the Eixample streets, the legendary district of the city and the flagship of a whole period dedicated to the design that Lampanot has in five of its six faces. The drawing of the flower that was created by the architect Puig i Cadafalch for Casa Amatller when modernism was in full swing, and that was then applied to the flagstones of Barcelona’s Eixample district.
Its square shape and small dimensions enable Lampanot to be put in in different spaces. Furthermore, it is a portable light that only needs to be charged with a USB cable to be then used without the need for a socket. It is ideal for small spaces or as extra light in areas that already have lighting.With three light intensities, this lamp is ideal for spaces where you do not have much space or spaces that already have fixed points of light and need support.

Photo: Ricard Badia