UMO-Madrid, imagination

Sophistication and creativity are the watchwords of the lamps that illuminate this Madrid restaurant located in the central Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid. Umo – Madrid offers spectacular Japanese cuisine, both for its decoration, attentive to the smallest detail, and for its gastronomic offer. “A Japanese in style”, as the press has stated.

Jane&Jane Lampshades with Ansa Mechanical has participated in this project with the realization of the lamps that stand out in each of the environments of the Umo – Madrid, all of them unique and of very diverse styles.

Oriental inspiration

In the restaurant hall we are greeted by five large lamps in the shape of Chinese umbrellas placed upside down. Of irregular radius, they are made of white papyrus and topped with stained-glass on the sides. They are suspended from the ceiling at different heights.

Raffia and ceramic

The bar is the space for the raffia bar with different Chinese hat-style lamps, as well as double lampshades that alternate between raffia and papyrus. A spectacular and original metallic applique dressed in raffia and topped with greenish-colored ceramic stands out.

Velvet pagodas

In the interior dining room, red velvet pagodas (made with fabrics by Gaston and Daniela) with fringes. With a diameter of 70 centimeters, the effect is impressive. For the dressing room, another pagoda and a floor lamp of the same style have been chosen.

UMO - Madrid

Jané&jané Lampshades