Marset’s witty Scotch Club collection

Known for inventive and striking designs, Barcelona-based lighting company Marset reimagines a 1970s staple with Scotch Club – designed by Barcelona-based designer Xavier and Turkish design duo Mashallah. The Scotch Club collection takes its inspiration from the disco ball. There are 72 internal faces that reflect light in all directions. From a distance, the ceramic fixture reveals its unique and elegant shape.  

The warmth of the fixture’s ceramic composition contrasts with the faceted edges of the sphere, creating a playful effect. Made using a meticulous traditional design process, the lamps are fired four times. They are then glazed with glazes that have been specially developed for Scotch Club. The collection uses warm and high-quality materials, creating a beautiful effect. Completing the collection are two wall models with a lacquered metal reflector that transmits multiple reflections and makes this fixture an ideal decorative element.

Scotch Club is available as a wall scone, pendant, and ceiling fixture. The ceramic diffuser is available with an interior of brilliant white enamel or gold. In the wall versions, a lacquered metal reflector shields the light. The pendant collection’s three sizes allow one to create sculptures in the air. Scotch Club is available with white, blue, terra cotta, and black ceramic exteriors.


Marset is a Barcelona-based company well known for its beautiful modern lighting collections. Founded in Barcelona during the 1940s, Marset began as a family business dedicated to casting metals. It endured the test of time by adapting to the contemporary marketplace and by applying the knowledge acquired from decades of experience.

Marset looks at light, with its different nuances and effects, and creates sophisticated designs that illuminate spaces
and create warm atmospheres with character and personality.

Marset collaborates with award-winning designers, many of whom are artists in their own right. Together they produce expertly crafted lighting collections that are refined, contemporary and technically precise. Marset continues to build upon a range of disciplines and the company keeps pushing the technological boundaries of the industry. Since its opening in 2011, Marset USA has quickly spread from New York across the United States and to Canada and is fast becoming a valued name in both modern and architectural lighting.

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