Mamet

by Pablo Carballal



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Mamet

An ambivalence in line with the new trends in office spaces, more friendly and versatile, it's what makes MAMET the first aspiration to illuminate creative atmospheres and, above all, to illuminate many great ideas.

It addresses the narrow and habitual relationship with this inseparable “work colleague”, created in a cautious tone, avoiding at all times, that its presence seems in any way invasive.

The MAMET lamp is a customizable option and potentially suitable for both work and domestic environments. An ambivalence in line with the new trends in office spaces, more friendly and versatile, keeping its first aspiration to illuminate creative atmospheres and, above all, to illuminate many great ideas.

On another hand, it addresses the narrow and habitual relationship with this inseparable “work colleague”, created in a cautious tone, avoiding at all times, that its presence seems in any way invasive.

The Madrid-born architect Pablo Carballal has collaborated with a wide number of architectural studios in different countries. His great familiarity with the day-to-day life in these creative work places, has inspired the conception of the MAMET lamps.

The main goals of its design are the search for elegance and the manifestation of its craftwork, under the conviction that they will both lead to an encouragement of creativity to its users. Substance and class, proposed as a stimulus for thought provoking work.

Mamet has obtained REDLAB#2 award 2014 and Nude Award 2015 ( Habitat Valencia Showroom)


Finishes:
Oak structure 10 mm thick. Metal Base and lamp. Painted white finish.

Dimensions and models:
Mamet table lamp: 350 x 350 x 145 mm
Mamet Flexo: 650 x 450 x 175 mm
Mamet Floor: 700 x 1250 x 260 mm

1. Hollow wooden arms are carved by numerical control and hand varnished. Structure of oak wood of 10 mm of diameter.
2. The different pieces, like the tulip or the bases, are metallic lacquered in white.
3. Luminaire led spot ready and IP line.
4. Union system made of axes of rotation and tulip. Both axes and the arms are made of steel lacquered in white with a touch of black in the lateral.



 

Mamet Sobremesa REF: MAS00006 - Mamet Flexo REF: MAF00006 - Mamet de Pie REF: MAP00006




 

Designed by Pablo Carballal

The Madrid-born architect Pablo Carballal studied at the ETSAM and TUDelft. He has collaborated with architecture practices in Madrid, NYC, Berlin, Rome and London. Since his return to Madrid in 2013 he combines architecture with furniture and product design.