Those crazy twenties. "Something new - something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned", said F. Scott Fitzgerald about his aims for the novel he was about to write. The Great Gatsby was born in an age of prosperity, parties and excess. They called it The American Dream.
The Gatsby collection, designed by Ramón Esteve for Vondom, harks back to Art Déco lighting. The lamp is born from the idea of creating an enveloping atmosphere with a suggestive play of lights, achieved through the surface of the piece, where the material reproduces the shapes and sensations of engraved glass. Its autonomy, adjustable light intensity and capacity to project a chosen colour at any time make the Gatsby lamp a perfect technological solution.
With the symmetrical patterns that the light draws when projecting its geometrical forms, the Gatsby lamp is the ideal way to create an extraordinary atmosphere with an intricate design for any space. The result is… just beautiful!