The Bohemia lamp by Joan Gaspar has just received the IF Design Award, international recognition of its design excellence.

The IF Design Award spans 9 disciplines that include 78 categories. In the lighting category, the Bohemia was selected by a jury of 98 design experts who appreciated and honored its unique shape and originality

The Bohemia’s design is characterized by its organic, exciting and translucent profile, which combines two volumes into a single shape. The result is a large shade that seems to be made of blown glass but is not. This was a difficult challenge to overcome, which the designer achieved through rotomolding polycarbonate. This striking lamp, with its exceptional light, strives to surprise all those who look at it.

This award was presented by the IF International Forum Design, the oldest independent design organization in the world. Based in Hannover, this year marked its 67th edition, rewarding the best international design products and projects. It received almost 10,000 entries in 2020 from 3693 participants of 52 different nationalities.

At Marset, they are convinced that they do more than lamps. They take care of light and its various nuances and effects to improve people’s quality of life.

Design is what sets apart Marset, and that’s where their vocation for good design was born: to make a product with the utmost rigor and innovation that generates a beautiful light and that can surprise, thrill and endure so that they can contribute their bit to a more sustainable world.

Through good design, Marset aims to convey its most essential values: quality, technological rigor, innovation, sustainability, durability, and authenticity.