Among the companies that have appointed Studio Santiago Sevillano for their recent collections we find Spanish, Italian and German names, testifying to a mimetic and multifaceted approach to the most diverse realities of the culture of light.
And it could not be otherwise, if we think about the multifunctional, layered design approach which allows the Spanish architect to tackle, as he usual does, even the most complex issues in this field.
The result is a kaleidoscope of suggestions in which a subtle humor becomes functional to practical outcomes and concrete solutions like in Jazz, or when a reference to the past upsets the functionality of an object like in Jarras, containers of light.
More subtle, as if coming from the 17th-century experimental science, the outcome of Lens, cheerful and light-hearted like a dancing girl; Celeste, all played on geometric essentials and curved dynamics; Cinto and its variations; Olimpia, sober and scientific and at the same time evocative of classical Greek antiquity, and again on a Mediterranean of nomadic essentiality the simple and strong sign of Nur.
Sisley, Nido, Manta, Maui are evocations of places rendered with symbolic and functional signs.
Locker creates a concrete lighting fixture that refers to another 'yesterday' of a still alive and problematic design.
Designed for important spaces, playful or embracing, Knot and Oakley, Ora and Facette offer all possibilities of light for contract projects, that combine functionality and evocation.
Pop returns to comment on the eras of design, while Bamboo and Flame are expression of a strong and 'dramatic' approach.A multifaceted representation of the needs of Studio Santiago Sevillano’s Clients has been granting a successful impact on the market to its Customers as well as strong and changing emotions to those who have been 'illuminated' by the light objects created by Santiago.