Natura by Héctor Serrano for La Mediterranea

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Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

London designer Héctor Serrano presents a series of lamps and vases combining glass and cork at Maison&Objet in Paris this week.

Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

Called Natura, the series for Spanish brand La Mediterranea allows various combinations of different shapes and finishes.

Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

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Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

Here are some more details from the designer:


Natura by Héctor Serrano for La Mediterranea

Natura comes from the natural relation between cork and glass. The combination of these two materials give the collection an innovative character in adition of being sustainable. An extensive collection of lights and vases with warm and friendly shapes in contrast with the mix of materials and textures.

Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

The large number of finishings allows the pieces integrate in any context.

Natura by Hector Serrano for La Mediterranea

A new collection of lights and vases for La Mediterranea, presented in Masion&Objet. Hall 3 Stand F31. 21-25 January.


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  • http://studio-lmnoq.blogspot.com/ LMNOQ

    I wish to get my own designs to this level of sophistication one day… simply wonderful and poetic. Nice work!

  • Rob

    I'd love to know how much some of these lighting designs would cost, and more importantly, where to buy them. I can't find these designs on La Mediterranea's website, and their "shop" link just brings you to a page that tells you where their physical factory shop is (somewhere in Spain), which is no help at all.

    This is not the first time that I see great designs online, and then not being able to find out how to buy them, or what they would cost (I guess the fact that items don't have a price on them would suggest they are very expensive… still, why omit the price? Do sellers really think this will persuade potential customers to go after it? I highly doubt it.).

    So, great designs; would love to own some, but don't see how?