Santa & Cole

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  • Comodín

    By Santa & Cole This is a minimalist square or rectangular wall lamp, the arched ribbon or parchment shade of which cleverly hides the light source from the side view. Highly convenient for narrow hallways or corridors. Chrome-plated structure. Shade available in 7 finishes: Stitched beige parchment; natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon. Suitable for Outlet Box (UL market).
  • Disco

    By Santa & Cole A metal disc hides an LED light source, diffusing the light around an opaque circle. The light is reflected on the wall producing a pleasant halo, giving an appearance like a star during an eclipse.
  • BC3

    By Santa & Cole A pivoting metal arm comprising an angled tube that fits into a bracket, also made of metal, hiding the wall plug. Satin nickel structure with moveable arm and beech wood handle. Shade available in 7 finishes: Stitched beige parchment; natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon.  
  • BC2

    By Santa & Cole A fixed arm, featuring a straight transition from the vertical shaft (that incorporates a beech extension at the bottom) to the horizontal shaft, joining it to the wall and hiding the socket. Satin nickel structure with beech wood handle. Shade available in 7 finishes: Stitched beige parchment; natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon.
  • BC1

    By Santa & Cole A pivoting metal arm comprising an angled tube feeds the cable downwards to the nearest socket. The shaft has a beech handle at the bottom end to adjust the shade according to the light strength needed. Satin nickel structure and beech wood handle. Moveable arm with plug. Shade available in 7 finishes: Stitched beige parchment; natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon. Dimmer included.
  • Singular

    By Santa & Cole A lightweight white linen shade, with no visible structure, is affixed to the wall to prevent the light source from being directly in view from the side. Chrome-plated structure. White linen lampshade.
  • TMM

    By Santa & Cole The TMM collection of short and long wall lamps comprises a simple beech channel into which the white or beige parchment shade is partially inserted. The short wall lamp can also come with the exterior cable, which doubles up as the light switch, or have a direct connection to the wall. Beech wood structure. Lampshade in white (optional upper diffuser in white translucent engineering plastic) or beige parchment. Available in two versions: TMM corto (with plug: the light is switched on/off by pulling lightly on the cable or by direct connection to the wall) and TMM largo. Electric cable length With plug: 4 m / 157.4"
  • FAD

    By Santa & Cole Originally conceived to light the erstwhile central headquarters of FAD (Fostering Arts and Design) – one of the foremost associations of Barcelona city since 1903 and a spearhead for decades in promoting architecture and perspective arts in Spain – the FAD table and floor lamps once again strike a chord as an example of truly understood industrial craftsmanship by no means folkloric. A solid cylinder oak structure, with four openings hollowed out lengthwise, produces a symmetrical vertical shaft that supports an almost cylindrical white linen shade. The striking cross-shaped base, exuding Miguel Milá’s creation, is the same size as the lower circumference of the shade. Unadulterated simplicity without surrendering to pointless frills.
  • Básica mínima

    By Santa & Cole This pocket edition of the Básica lamp, for use in a setting requiring a smaller lamp or less intense light, is ideal for bedside tables or isolated light points. On this version, a small metal base, as inconspicuous as a whisper, ensures this miniature will never fall off-balance. Two unique versions of the shade and finish are available.
  • Moragas

    By Santa & Cole NUEVO ESTILO AWARD, Madrid 1992 At the ripe old age of forty-four, rationalist architect and the first chairman of the FAD Industrial Design Association Antoni de Moragas Gallissà (1913-1985) conceived this lamp to use in his own professional office. A large solid wood cylinder holds aloft a luminous head with three bulbs providing a well-distributed source of light, all covered by a substantial circular shade. The white cotton ribbon of this shade is typically used for bookbinding and has a silk thread running along the edge, providing an asymmetry that generates warm light and shade effects against the light. By all accounts, Moragas had this lamp on his desk and regularly used it to place notes and cards marking the visits he’d just received, placed in between the folds in the ribbon. Today, the Moragas lamp is part of our Design Classics collection, a series of objects created at different times of modernism with the twofold aim of strengthening historical memory – which is sometimes endangered – and putting forward critical discussion on creation in industrial design beyond mere trends.
  • Diana

    By Santa & Cole 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. In keeping with the calling of their designers, all floor and table versions of the Diana series seek to conjure up “an image that is as timeless as can be”.
  • Básica

    By Santa & Cole  At a time when international preferences were leaning towards lamps with metal shafts and dichroic halogen bulbs (in other words, cool beam and touch), the Básica lamp sought to champion other, warmer alternatives. A wooden column, held up by a heavy metal base with the same diameter, supports a range of shades in different shapes and colours. Although the lamp balances well in this format, an optional, wider base may be placed underneath. The Básica lamp heralded a revival of natural materials, such as wood, stitched cardboard or ribbons, and provided Santa & Cole with a springboard for international expansion, generating an alternative current in Europe that challenged prevalent tastes. A more familiar, craftsman-like and gentle form of modernity was being advocated.
  • Cesta

    By Santa & Cole This enchanting, handcrafted lamp has been shaped using traditional steam bending techniques and is delicately polished and sturdily put together. It consists of a subtle cherry wood structure that holds an opal-shaped glass shade. Cesta is an excellent object and lamp, perfect for placing on a tabletop or resting on the floor, and the light can be dimmed according to preference. The Cesta family is formed by the Cesta, Cestita, Cesta Metálica and Cestita Metálica table lamps and the Wally wall lamp, standard-bearers of the warmth and wellbeing that are typical of the Mediterranean.
  • TMD

    By Santa & Cole In keeping with the premises of the highly regarded TMM lamp, of which Santa & Cole commissioned a table version from Miguel Milá at the time, Miguel tackled this project with the idea of a shade that rose like a flag up a mast. In order to reduce the number of sections he replaced wood with metal and the cross-shaped base for a circular one, taking up less space on an already crowded desk. However, he did maintain the ingenious system of using a simple rubber ring to affix the shade at the desired height, and the mechanism whereby the lamp is switched on and off by pulling on the electric cord. A metal washer on the shaft is used for wrapping and directing the cable, and forms an inconspicuous part of the design.
  • Trípode G6

    By Santa & Cole A bundle of three black tubes, joined like a set of chopsticks, holds up a generous ribbon shade. Trípode is a series conceived to lend plain rooms a warmer touch through the use of colour, and it comprises two sizes of table lamps and a widely known floor version – the G5 – considered to be a genuine icon of contemporary design: conventional, colourful and functional.