Aura is the result of experimenting with porcelain enamel over raw steel. Enamel has been used since medieval times and is nowadays known as Peltre in Mexico where it is commonly applied in everyday objects.
The imperfect application of the vitreous enamel over the conic shape of this lamp makes every single piece unique. The proposal of the studio for this luminaire consists of a solid walnut wood cylinder which combines elegantly with the carbonized tones granted by exposing the raw steel to temperatures over 700ºC.
The name Aura given to this pendant lamp derives from the warm glow that the lamp emits. Lighting the acrylic diffuser and showing a subtle line of light gives Aura an elegant personality when switched on.