Santa & Cole

顯示 34 筆結果中的 31–34 筆

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  • Nagoya

    By Santa & Cole The poplar is a tree that is characteristic to river banks and wetlands, producing soft white, almost knot-free wood, which needs to be felled before autumn in order to preserve its whiteness and flexibility. Using this highly abundant, popular material, pioneering designer Ferrán Freixa designed an unusual shade with an oriental, virtually Zen style, built using thin vertical strips attached to a small, circular metal rod structure. His lamp was the first winner of the Golden Delta ADI-FAD award for the best industrial design produced in Spain back in 1961. Size: 24 (H) x 42 (Dia)
  • Nimba

    By Santa & Cole Nimba is the first lamp designed by Antoni Arola. It is a floating ring of light formed by a metal profile that houses the light source and a lower shade to diffuse the light. Nimba is named after the halo or aureole of the holy depictions – “it can be seen but is not there” – and owing to its arrangement, the light focuses in the middle of nothing in order to spread the light in all directions. Used in a single unit or with several, Nimba creates incorporeal, spiritual atmospheres; it illuminates in a diffused, though effective fashion and is perfect for thoroughfares and retreats. The series comprises four models of increasing diameter, all using LEDs and seamlessly fusing simplicity and high-tech. Size: 8 (H) x 64 / 90 / 120 (Dia)
  • Sexta

    By Santa & Cole This is a lightweight, two-sided circle of shades, divided into six 60º segments (in the home version), and twelve 30º segments (in the larger version). The final arrangement is beautiful and sombre, generating generous well-nuanced light and reviving the old tradition of mediaeval iron luminaries with various bulbs as its resilient, distinguished predecessor is the Estadio lamp from the same designer. Size: 20 (H) x 80 (Dia)
  • GT5/GT6

    By Santa & Cole Conceived for average-size settings and areas in the home, GT5 and GT6 are two ribbon pendant shades that are capable of lending character to any venue by dint of merely being there. Ever since the early 1990s, Santa & Cole has championed the use of ribbon shades to embellish all manner of light sources, exploring textiles and experimenting with colours and tones (they even enlisted the help of Raw Color studio). The GT5 was the first in the collection arising as an alternative to the use of continuous textile, methacrylate and cardboard shades. It was followed by the GT6 and, later on, the larger GT7, GT1000 and GT1500, designed for use in public venues owing to their large dimensions. This is a colourful family that is able to change its scale without losing its essence. GT5 Size: 32 (H) x 62 (Dia) GT6 Size: 23 (H) x 45 (Dia)