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Jacco Maris Design

Design | July 20, 2011 |

Jacco Maris Design

Solo
Frozen motion. Natural warmth. Vital beauty. Pure simplicity. Understated character.

With its minimalist design, solo does not outspokenly call attention to itself, but in all its purity it has a quiet presence all of its own. The lamp is cast and polished by hand, which makes each one unique. Solo is available as a wall lamp, outdoor wall lamp (with optional inbuilt twilight switch), hanging lamp (two sizes) and as an uplighter lamp, and is made of patined bronze or aluminium (various colours). The sand-like texture gives the lamp a warm, natural appearance and the halogen reflector provides a pleasant, diffuse light. The wall lamp shines upwards and downwards. The large version of the hanging lamp is also available with a dimmable fluorescent tube.


Ruban Plié
Graceful interplay of lines. Contemporary nostalgia. Luminous transparency. Feeling of richness. Expressive ambiance.

Ruban plié is the first collection of Jacco Maris Design. Contemporary versions of a nostalgic chandelier. This charming, transparent creation with undulating, ornamental lines in a revived Art Nouveau style is available in many different forms and versions. For example, there is a line in rust colours with a patined brass ribbon, and also a line with a brushed or polished stainless steel ribbon and a stylish coating of anthracite powder. Ruban plié is available in the form of a chandelier and also as a wall lamp, standing lamp and table lamp.

Stand Alone
Well thought-out design. Sober and no-nonsense. Capricious flippancy. Well considered balance. Idiosyncratic looks.

The stand alone collection includes arched reading lamps that combine simplicity with individuality. They have no place for unnecessary frills. The stand alone lamps are made of powder-coated steel and are available in black or white. A wall lamp has now been designed to complement the existing standing lamp and table lamp,  available in a limited edition.

Octave
Flowing shapes. Warm glow. Interplay of reflected light. Inner peace. Delightful harmony.

Reflecting water surfaces were the source of inspiration for Jacco Maris Design’s octave. This is reflected (if you’ll forgive the pun!) in the subtle wave structure with which the metal of this dazzling collection of light features is endowed, and can also be seen on a larger scale in the flowing forms that are moulded by hand into the light fitting By nickel-coating the highly polished stainless steel, a beautiful shine with a warm glow is achieved. Materials and form also combine to reflect light in a remarkable manner, causing the object to harmonise beautifully with its surroundings. The octave is also available in gilded form and is available as a chandelier, wall lamp or ceiling light.

Jacco Maris Design
Making something from nothing and creating optimum designs from minimal amounts of materials. This is the inspiring basic concept that underlies the creation, since 1994, of the exceptional light features of Jacco Maris. These are unique objects that combine powerful and exciting looks with graceful harmony and subtle elegance. Each item is individually handcrafted and skilfully produced at our own studio in Breda, the Netherlands.

Jacco Maris Design
Postbus 9902 – 4801 LX
Rudonk 6 – 4824 AJ
Breda – The Netherlands
T +31 76 531 96 22
F +31 76 531 96 23
marketing@jaccomaris.com
www.jaccomaris.com

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