The Arturo Alvarez Curvas Wall Light is part of the Curvas collection which have been crafted from opalescent glass. It is inspired by tiffany glass (often used for church windows) with many erratic colour shades and water-marks creating a spontaneous effect. Available in black, white, orange, dark blue, light pink, pistachio green, sand, dark amber, brown, lime green, beige & red. Support in stainless steel. Lamp not included, see Datasheet link in the Downloads tab for a list of compatible lamps.
Curvas Wall Light also available in 120V US version – please us for further details.
Curvas Floor Lamp, Table Lamp and Pendants also available.
Delivery usually within 2-4 weeks.
230V - 50Hz
Energy efficiency from A+ to E
Lamp options (lamp not included):
E14 Lamp not included
See Datasheet link in the Downloads tab for a list of compatible lamps.
About the handmade glass:
Simple maintenance. Easy to clean with a damp cloth and mild soap.
Product dimensions: W.450mm x D.120mm x H.170mm
Delivery usually within 2-4 weeks
Supplied with a 24 month warranty
Arturo Alvarez sums up his ethos in one phrase: "The centre of our project is the human being”. The designer’s emphasis on wellbeing and positive emotion is reflected in the designs he creates and the techniques he uses; all his lamps are inspired by the natural environment – as well as the arts and crafts traditions - of the brand’s base in northwestern Spain. Although the company’s been designing and producing award-winning, contemporary hand-made lighting for over 20 years, Arturo Alvarez also has one foot firmly rooted in the future. Having already developed an innovative mesh-like material, he’s always seeking to introduce new technologies which help increase sustainable production and energy efficiency.
So, if you like the sound of great design (Good Design award - Gea floor lamp & Fluo pendant; Red Dot - Guau wall light), ethical philosophies and a blend of heritage and innovation, check out our collection below and see what Arturo Alvarez has to offer you.
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