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Diana table lamp

By Santa & Cole

£552.00

  • Description

    Treasured architect duo Federico Correa and Alfonso Milá once again enlisted the help of Alfonso’s younger brother and designer Miguel Milá in order to tackle the lighting in the new official office of the erstwhile mayor of Olympic Barcelona Pascual Maragall. The administrative centre would also be frequented by a large body of the international political community and was in urgent need of a revamp that would showcase the excellent standard of Barcelona design on the world stage. Santa & Cole produced the original lamps and in 1995 the company began the company embarked on limited production of this superbly austere series of lamps.

    Diana is slender, sturdy and remarkably lucid. It is formed by a large central metal base which houses a shaft, the diameter of which gets thinner as it rises, supporting a white linen shade in a smooth cone-like shape that disperses the light of two bulbs arranged in such a way as to avoid shadows forming on the shade. Its appearance seamlessly strikes a balance between classicism and modernism both at home and in the office.

  • Technical Info

    Small:
    Dimensions:
    H: 66 x Ø: 40 cm

    Not included light source.
    Recommended light source (dimmable): 2 x LED bulb 6 W
    Other light sources: 2 x 40 W
    Input voltage : 100, 120, 230 Vac. (50 Hz / 60 Hz). According to destination.
    Bulb socket: E27 (Max. hgt. 105 mm / 4.1")


    Large:
    Dimensions:
    H: 78 x Ø: 45 cm

    Not included light source.
    Recommended light source (dimmable): 2 x LED bulb 10 W
    Other light sources: 2 x 50 W
    Input voltage : 100, 120, 230 Vac. (50 Hz / 60 Hz). According to destination.
    Bulb socket: E27 (Max. hgt. 130 mm / 5.1")

  • Designer
    Federico Otero

    Federico Otero is an Industrial and Interactive Designer from Latin America. Otero started his career as a designer in his natal city of Lima in Peru, and then moved to the US to continue his studies at Purdue University. After working for several years as a lead designer for Delta Faucet Company and as a freelance designer for Marcus Koepke’s Design Studio, he decided to further his education at Domus Academy in Milan earning his Masters. His contributions to design include a wide spectrum that ranges from lighting, furniture, faucets, and luxury products. His design talent took him to Switzerland where he was designing watches for Tag Heuer. Currently he is freelancing in diverse design areas. Otero’s work has been recognized in the business realm academia and the press. His work has been featured internationally including Interni, Vogue, Metropolis, CNN and Interior Design.

    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.

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    • Black linen
    • White linen

  • Delivery

    2-3 weeks
    Made to order item

£552.00
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