Mahari and Wright, two evocative names. As the brand that conceived them, Nahoor – “source” of light in Aramaic. The collections are ready to illuminate the Parisian space of Maison&Objet, drawing attention for essential and geometrical shapes.
The latest creations are a tribute to the “Modern Movement”, which postulates the overcoming of the historical styles, the eclecticism and the classicism for a new design language, able to use the technological potentialities of the new materials, as glass and steel, and traditional, as wood, by combining simplicity and functionality. Circles, straight lines and half circles rotate in a strict feature, that rejects the decorativism.
Wright represents this philosophy; a succession of horizontal and vertical lines, irregular and oblique volumes. From floor lamp to totem, from horizontal suspension to the vertical one, the models of lighting are diverse.
Mahari is played on geometries that alternate circular and straight lines, making functional and versatile the light system. Also in this case, the product is available in multiple versions: table, wall, suspension and ceiling lamp.