Plaff-on! designed by Joan Gaspar for Marset .
A good design is one that lasts over time. This is the case with the Plaff-on !, a lamp that has been illuminating ceilings and walls for almost ten years. Its white blown glass diffuser seems to float, detaching itself from the ceiling and the circumference that surrounds it, and its light filters upwards creating a luminous halo. It distills simplicity and turns out to be very useful. So much so that a luminaire like this for exterior was missed.
The new Plaff-on! The exterior is presented with the same qualities as the interior but smaller and with the IP65 degree of protection that makes it also ideal for bathrooms. This version allows, if necessary, to apply a signaling accessory on top of the screen. Indoor, outdoor, with or without signage, the Plaff-on! now it is one and several at the same time, also conquering the exterior.
Lacquered aluminum structure that supports an opal blown glass.
Measurements: Diameter 16cm - Height 9cm