The Marset High Line Lamp is known as “a Light Sculpture.” It was designed by Josep Lluís Xuclàand launched by Marset in 2018. Resembling a skyscraper, the Marset High Line Lamp is a light sculpture. It is a svelte set of lines that give off light a soft glow without revealing the source.
The Marset High Line Lamp generates light in an indirect fashion by reflection. It is a unique piece because the light does not bounce off the ceiling, but rather off the walls. The designer’s interest is in having the wall bounce the emitted light. A wall is this lamp’s greatest partner.
The Marset High Line Lamp is a composition of volumes and colors. It is made of three blocks whose shapes and tones stand out. The vertical, light-carrying element in oak or wenge is attached to a block of lacquered wood. Both of these rise above the black base. This defines the optimal distance at which to place the lamp from the wall to generate an ideal light source. The strictness of the shapes contrast the warmth of the wood and the depth of the bright colors.
The Marset High Line Lamp has a black lacquered iron base. The structure is made up of two solid wooden profiles. The lower lacquered volume supports the upper profile in oak or wenge which encases the light source. The Marset High Line Lamp is available in oak or wenge. The oak version is available with a white or orange red support structure. The wenge version is available with a Blue or Green support structure.