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Marset

Marset is a Spanish company, which produces lamps and lighting accessories. The Marset Family started its adventure in 1942, by opening a foundry where various hot-stamped metal objects were produced. In 1965, Francisco Marset founded Marset Illuminacion, dedicated solely to lamp production. Marset’s inspiration was clear since the very beginning: producing design lighting items, by cooperating with the best professionals of the time. This vision is still pursued to this day; Marset has produced the fantastic projects of Lluís Porqueras, Christophe Mathieu, Inma Bermúdez, Xavier Mañosa and many other renowned designers, much appreciated in the industrial design world. Started off as a simple foundry for metal objects, Marset has become a versatile company, producing lamps made of different materials, from modern plastic resins, to metal or glass. Some of Marset’s most famous pieces are exhibited in design museums all over the worlds, thanks to their innovation-driven passion, which has remained the same over the years, Their projects are beautiful to look at, functional and ergonomic, and follow the latest trend of major design companies: designers conceive pleasant-looking, functional and versatile products, which can be used and cherished by clients all over the world. Marset’s mission is to promote new ideas, discoveries and innovations, taking their clients on a special journey to discover ever-changing shapes and materials. Most of Marset’s lighting products are simple, yet manufactured with excellent technical accuracy, searching for flexible shapes suitable to any kind of furnishing. The oldest projects are often rediscovered and reinvented, in order to always keep them up-to-date. All of Marset’s objects embody decades of industrial production knowledge, translated into an accurate creation of every single piece, complete flexibility and safety in use.