1. Home
  2. Asa table lamp
Tap to Zoom

Asa table lamp

By Santa & Cole


  • Description

    In 1961 this lamp formed part of Miguel Milá's first collection for TRAMO (Trabajos Molestos), the company which he initially had to establish to produce his own work. We are now reissuing it with the metal structure white, to see it and move it well from one place to another, the ball on the pull cord to switch it on also being white, a small navel gently exposed to the heat of a shade which is also white. We are also reissuing what was its first version in 1961, where the black ASA and pull cord contrast with the white of the shade.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: Ø 15 x H:41cm

    Metal structure with smooth matt white or black coloured finish.
    White translucent methacrylate shade.

    Light source:
    Self-ballasted micro globe compact fluorescent TCG-SE. 7-11W/825 E27 230 V.
    ECC: A. Max. hgt. 85 mm

  • Designer
    Miguel Milá

    Born in Barcelona in 1931, his family from upper level society, Catalan aristocracy was well-connected within the world of art. His uncle, Pedro Milá y Camps, commissioned Gaudí the famous Casa Milá. In 1958, Miguel Milá begins his professional journey within the field of interiorism. The scarcity of objects in the Spain of the 50s inspires him to create his own furniture and lamps. Some of these everyday objects, like his TMC and TMM lamps, are classics today, without having lost any modernism. Along with other designers from the period, he established ADI-FAD, an association dedicated to promoting both Spanish design and promising newcomers internationally. In 1987 he received the National Design Award.

  • Share
    Email Print Pinterest Twitter Facebook
    • Black
    • White

  • Delivery

    5-6 weeks
    Made to order item

Add to Wishlist