Nenúfar by designer Joan Gaspar takes its name from the delicate water lily, with an arrangement that recalls its distinctive clusters. Individual pendant lights are arrayed in a grouping that seems to float on air. From Barcelona's Marset, each Nenúfar unit is a sequenced display of disk-like pendants connected by the same stem, but separated from each other so that each beam of light is direct and unbroken by the others. A marvel of LED technology, the result is a strongly uniform and soul-warming light. In black or white with polished chrome stems, the chandelier is offered in a range of combinations to chase the shadows from any space.
5A/5B: 25.5" dia (64.8cm)
Base: 2.75" h x 19.29" dia (7x49cm)
7A/7B: 31.5" dia (80cm)
Base: 2.75" h x 25.5" dia (7x65cm)
9A/9B: 39.25" dia (99.7cm)
Base: 2.75" h x 33.46" dia (7x85cm)
Nenúfar 1: 11.75" h x 7" dia (29.8x17.8cm)
Nenúfar 2: 18.25" h x 9.75" w x 8.5" d (46.4x24.8x21.6cm)
Nenúfar 3: 25" h x 9.75" w x 10" d (63.5x24.8x25.4cm)
Cord length: 118" (299.7cm)
5A: 5 x Nenúfar 3 Pendants + Canopy
7A: 7 x Nenúfar 3 Pendants + Canopy
9A: 9 x Nenúfar 3 Pendants + Canopy
Contact us for more information and pricing on larger chandeliers, as well as versions equipped with dimmers.
Nenúfar 1: LED 9W 24V 2700K* 700lm included
Nenúfar 2: LED 18W 24V 2700K* 1400lm included
Nenúfar 3: LED 27W 24V 2700K* 2100lm included
*3000K on request
Wire entry points:
20W Canopy: 2
30W Canopy: 3
40W/60W Canopy: 4
100W Canopy: 5
“Marset is more than lamps: We take care of light in its different nuances and effects, to create atmospheres with character, helping to improve people’s quality of life,” declares the Barcelona-based company. Marset’s dual preoccupation with both crisp contemporary design and the more elusive ambiance of lighting has firmly fixed the firm on the design world’s cutting-edge radar. A series of attention-grabbing and innovative fixtures account for the recent revitalization of the brand, though Marset has actually been around since the 1940s.
A family business, Marset was originally a foundry, not a lighting company. It segued into lighting design when Francisco Marset formally established Marset Illuminacion in 1965. Decades devoted to metalwork easily translated to the contemporary lighting industry, with a dexterity of materials available to create unexpected, atmospheric lighting effects. Not to mention the influence of its Barcelona home, a city renowned for architecture, design and visual inspiration.