A simple design reminiscent of a circular house, an archetype of essential shapes that also work in combination with each other, in different heights and colours, to offer multiple lighting possibilities.
Walking around New York means looking up, wanting to discover where the skyscrapers end. On his last trip to this city, Joan Gaspar looked around the rooftops of New York and there, seeing the water tanks, he found the shape for this new design. A unique element that forms part of the city’s skyline. Water tanks have been a sign of New York’s identity since the beginning of the 19th century, and not only are they still there, but, surprisingly enough, they are also still installed, performing the same function.
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