Light cannot be understood without darkness. Nor without the shadows it casts

Oct, 2023 • 1 Min. Read

When designing a lamp, it is not only the shapes, silhouettes and materials that have to be taken into account. It is also important to know how the light is to be emitted, its intensity and also its warmth. As well as being a decorative piece, it is, above all, an element that creates atmospheres, as well as defining areas and objects within spaces and influencing the way we perceive them. It also influences our emotions. 

This is how Nemo understands light. And also shadows. For both are not only part of the same concept, but must also be based on the same project that gives life and form to the wide and diverse family of decorative and architectural luminaires.

The Nemo collection is made up of a select family of pieces that have been recovered from the archives of the great designers of the 20th century such as Le Corbusier, Franco Albini, Mario Bellini or Charlotte Perriand. It also incorporates a wide range of contemporary designs destined to become icons of light.

New spaces and new lighting needs require new ways of understanding light, because new needs require flexible solutions, so aesthetics and technology must cover a wide spectrum of functions. Thus, Nemo's luminaires adapt to private and public spaces, large and secluded... with proposals that understand that a lamp can also be a light sculpture, switched on or off.

There are many and varied references that you can find in the Nemo catalogue and that we will be delighted to show you.

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Thanks to all!