History of Alma Light
The Spanish company Alma Light started out as a dealer of lighting imported from Northern Europe within Spain (known back then as Hustadt Iluminación) by the Cubiñá family in the year 1989. In 2003, the actual Alma Light brand was established, now producing its own collections of lamps. In this way, Alma Light was finally able to pursue its individual philosophy of design and realize ideas which would attract new customers, having greater freedom in deciding the course of development for the company.
Looking back, one can say that Alma Light has definitely taken the right course, growing into a lighting manufacturer firmly rooted in the national and international markets alike. The creations of this company are charming and unique decorative lights, which adorn many luxury resorts, private residences and other types of buildings all around the world.
Alma Light: Enchanting the World Through Light
Behind the Alma Light brand are decorative lamps boasting classy, contemporary designs of noble simplicity, made with precise calculations of their quality to cost and coming with a promise of quick delivery as well as reliable support of customers‘ requests.
The entire manufacturing process taking place in Barcelona, Alma Light‘s products mesmerize the senses with a Mediterranean allure, capturing the warm climate and translating it into positive feelings through carefully devised, appealing designs, precious materials and skilled, passionate craftsmanship. With Alma Light creations fitting out various projects around the globe, the company is delighted to fulfill one of its greatest desires time and time again – having its lights decorate rooms in far away places of the world, where they provide the radiant atmosphere to the most meaningful events of life.
Alma Light‘s Smart Solutions for Sophisticated Living Areas
The Alma Light collection of products presents both indoor and outdoor lamps. In the indoor section, USB lamps, suspension lamps, ceiling lamps, wall lamps, table lamps and floor lamps are represented. The smaller outdoor section has a pendant (Spike for outdoor usage), portable lights, wall lights and garden lights.
A very interesting piece is the LED Pole by Cristian Cubiñá, which is a floor lamp in the form of a cylindrical pole with a diffuser on top, creating upward illumination. Featuring a dimmable LED light source, the minimalist design is fitted out with extruded aluminium obtainable in various finishes, as well as a sandblasted methacrylate screen hiding the LED emitting a soft and warm light, making it suitable for a wide variety of rooms in need of a stylish, adjustable lamp of understated elegance.
Alma Light‘s Drop collection of pendants is considered one of its most prominent, the clear drop-shaped glass suspended from the top giving its name to these lamps coming in several models, with a halogen and LED version for each of them. There is a mounted ceiling lamp, a single pendant, a rectangular ceiling plate with 16 or 24 lights and a clustered Drop including 19 or 37 lights. The clustered pendant can be purchased in two different sizes, a smaller and larger variant, depending on the available space. Adding a bright and chic accent, Drop has advanced as a very popular piece for contemporary interiors.