Granada Collection

A timeless twist

Greetings from Granada

A brand new collection from designer Carlos Jiménez. Taking its name from the city in which Carlos spent part of his childhood, Granada still inspires him after all these years. These geometric diffusers were inspired by the artisanal lights that line the streets of Granada – paying homage to the historic art of lamp making. The new Granada Wall and Table Lights effortlessly bring the warmth of the Mediterranean to any space.

A new mediterranean style

Granada Collection explores a contemporary look at classic Spanish design. Carlos keeps the legacy of the local artisans alive with a nod to old school street lamps, while the clean, minimal aesthetic gives the lights a modern edge. The earthy tones provide a sense of warmth straight from the Mediterranean.

Hidden details

Much like the handmade street lamps of Granada, this collection embraces a subtle yet thoughtful design. When lit, each diffuser reveals a ribbed pattern similar to a paper lantern. This detail gives the lights an effortless earthy feel while staying true to the minimal aesthetic Carlos intended.

Interactive diffuser

“Granada” is also the Spanish word for Pomegranate and while many think of the fruit growing with the crown facing up, it actually grows with the crown facing down. As a playful nod to his favorite city, Carlos has given the user the choice of placing the diffuser upside down or right side up. Two designs in one light.

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Carlos Jimenez Design

Introducing Granada - a brand new collection from designer Carlos Jiménez. Taking its name from the city Carlos spent part of his childhood, Granada still inspires him after all these years. This design was inspired by the artisanal lights that line the streets of Granada - paying homage to the historic art of lamp making. Granada Wall Light hangs down from its base giving your entryways and bedsides a welcome glow. Each diffuser can be placed upside down or right side up, giving you two designs in one light. When lit, a ribbed pattern is revealed, similar to an iconic paper lantern.