Discoco Ceiling Light MFR ID: A620-065
Discoco Ceiling Light 0 Ceiling Lighting Marset

Discoco Ceiling Light

By Christophe Mathieu, for Marset

Discoco Ceiling Light

By Christophe Mathieu, For Marset

$1,410.00 - $2,612.00

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MFR ID: A620-065 | ITEM #: MAR245098

Discoco Ceiling Light

MFR ID: A620-065

Item #: MAR245098

Designed by Christophe MathieuRead Bio

The Discoco Ceiling Light, designed by Christophe Mathieu, provides a dramatic display of light with soft shadows. The fixture is composed of a cluster of opaque, molded ABS disks, which reflects light downward to provide ambient lighting.

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Finish: Chrome

Color: Black / Gold, White


    • Finish: Chrome
    • Color: White
    • Size: 20.87"W x 13.39"H
    • Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
    • Dimmer: Standard 120V
    • Materials: ABS  Chrome  
    • Canopy: 7.4" diameter
    • Country of Origin: Spain
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    Decorative yet thoroughly functional, Marset's lamps are designed to exude style and light that improve your quality of life. Each fixture is clever and contemporary, with a restrained visual approach that emphasizes the minimalism of today's art world. There is no application that Marset cannot handle - homes, hotels, restaurants, and offices around the world continually benefit from the clean aesthetic and functionality of Marset's various lighting solutions. Browse our selection of Marset's architectural, outdoor, and decorative lighting.

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    Christophe Mathieu

    About Christophe Mathieu

    Born in Hamburg in 1961, Christophe Mathieu graduated in Interior Design from the School of Applied Art and Artistic Trades (la Llotja), in Barcelona, having been on placement in Hamburg collaborating with Nitz, Prash and Sigl Architects. Subsequently, he lived for three years in Milan, where he collaborated with: the architect Marco Zanuso Jr. in the development of products for companies such as De Padova, Menphis and Driade; the architects Roberto Menghi y Giulio Crespi; the industrial designer Sergio Coppola and the architect Antonio Zanuso in the prize-winning project for the Piazza della Republica.

    His time in Milan had a profound effect on him. In 1989, he decided to move to Barcelona where he collaborated with Alfredo Arribas, Eduard Sams and Javier Mariscal. Companies with which he has worked are: Bosa, Artelano, Disform, Metalarte, Bover, Chupa-Chups, Smint, Nike, Bticino, Comas & Partners y Marset.

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