Héctor Serrano | Amelia
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Amelia is a fan designed to create a particularly careful illumination. Most fans illuminate like a downlight, a general, technical and cold light. Amelia treats lighting in a totally different way, more emotional and adaptable to the needs of the space. Its lampshades offer two types of lighting: on one hand, an ambient light with a blown glass shade creating a homogeneous light in the room without dazzling and in a friendly way, and on the other hand, a direct light with an opaque shade when a more concentrated and intimate lighting is required. The light source is hidden, illuminating by reflection to avoid dazzling the eye.


It is named after Amelia Earhart, an illustrious figure in female aviation, the first woman pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic. A tribute to the aeronautical world through the shapes of its blades and her pioneering spirit when it comes to understanding light.