MARSET Maranga Pendant Light Ø50cm

Designed by Christophe Mathieu, for MARSET  

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IDR 12.102.000 .

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Maranga Pendant Light, Diameter 50cm. White color.

Maranga Pendant features 32 white sections attached to an upper chrome metal cover and prismatic engraved transparent polycarbonate diffuser.

The soft glow generates warm, comfortable light. Chinks of light escape the shade. This interplay of light and dark generates shades of light and prevents glare, while an opening at the bottom fitted with a diffuser gives out direct light downwards.     

Dimensions    Height: 16cm  x  Diameter: 50cm.   Ceiling fitting height: 3,5cm  x  Diameter: 11cm.        Cable Length: maimum 2 meters.

Materials & finishes   Shade made up of 32 polycarbonate white sections, all attached to an upper chromed metal cover. Transparent polycarbonate diffuser with a prismatic engraving underneath.  Available in 2 sizes.  

Bulbs (not included)    3 x E27 LED Standard 8W or 3 x E27 HSGSA/C/UB/77W.

IP20 rated.


Product Story


Maranga sounds exotic. And indeed, Christophe Mathieu was inspired by fruit for the design of the Maranga Suspension Lamp for Marset.


It reinterprets Scandinavian style through its shape. Its rational use of lighting generates a warm, comfortable atmosphere.


The shade is comprised of 32 slice-like pieces which fit together and allow slivers of light to escape. This contrast of light and shadow generates an effect that prevents glare, while an opening at the bottom fitted with a diffuser provides direct, downward light. Its flattened shape combined with the modern materials used in its design make the Maranga visually lighter.

"My goal is to create lights which transmit emotion, lights which one can in a sense fall in love with." - Christophe Mathieu



Designer: Christophe Mathieu



Christophe Mathieu transitioned from being a professional swimmer to the world of design. He graduated in Interior Design from the School of Applied Art and Artistic Trades (la Llotja), in Barcelona. Afterward, he headed to Milan.


In Milan, he collaborated with industrial designers and many architects in the development of products for several companies such as De Padova, Menphis and Driade. His time in Milan had a profound effect on him.


In 1989, he decided to move to Barcelona where he is one of Marset's veteran designers, and worked also for companies such as Bose, Bover, Chupa-Chups and Nike.