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  • 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.
  • 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”.
  • 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.
  • TMD

    By Santa & Cole A metal version of the highly regarded TMM lamp (with its wooden structure), this time with a circular base and extremely conservative sections, yet just as smart when it comes to adjusting the shade to the required height (using a simple rubber ring) and incorporating the same system where the light is switched on or off using the electric cable.
  • Diana

    By Santa & Cole Produced on the basis of the table models, these Diana and Diana Mayor floor lamps preserve the slenderness and clarity characteristic of the entire collection. They are formed by a central metallic shaft, the diameter of which gets thinner as it rises, supporting a wide 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.
  • Aj Royal

    By Santa & Cole In 1956, when Arne Jacobsen was commissioned by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to erect a multi-purpose tower in the centre of Copenhagen (an airline terminal, a travel agency and a hotel), from the outset he conceived a Gesamtkunstwerk, an all-embracing art form for which he designed not only the remarkable building but every detail inside, including furniture (such as the Swan chair and the renowned Egg armchair), upholstery, tableware, door handles, and so on. He also designed this elegant lamp that was used both in the lobby and the lounges, and indeed in every room of what would later be the SAS Royal Hotel. On the floor the cast base mirrors the elliptical shape of the white lightweight linen shade, gripping onto the stainless steel shaft. A chain hangs from the bottom of the shade to allow the two bulbs, one facing downwards and the other upwards, to be switched on in any combination (one, the other, both together or neither). This perfectly conveys the train of thought of its creator: “efficiency plus functionality equals style”. The AJ Royal lamp is currently part of our Design Classics collection.
  • TMM

    By Santa & Cole his is perhaps the most highly acclaimed pieces from one of Spain’s leading pioneering masters of industrial design. Miguel Milá managed to brilliantly separate the three vital components of any lamp: the structure, the electrical components and the shade, in an exquisite demonstration of earnest serenity and functional efficiency, allowing the user to put them together with tremendous ease and enabling better maintenance throughout its extensive service life. It becomes ever more glorious in time. A cross-shaped base supports a square wooden shaft that becomes a circle in the middle. The shade can be moved up or down it, held at the required height by a simple rubber ring. A genuine lesson in intelligence and good taste making minimal use of components. This was Miguel Milá’s first product that Santa & Cole re-released in 1986, 25 years after it initially saw the light of day. Today it is offered in a range of five different woods for the structure and two colours of shade: white or beige.
  • Leonardo

    By Santa & Cole Thin slats of birch wood knotted to a stainless steel frame envelop the source of light lending it depth and voluminous class. In terms of its shape, it is reminiscent of the large Scandinavian lamps with wooden slats; however, it bears all the freshness of the Mediterranean with the appearance of a tagliatelle knot. A tireless, serene, beautiful and highly ingenious surprise. Size: 60 (H) x 60 (Dia) / 120 (H) x 120 (Dia)
  • M68

    By Santa & Cole The hugely evocative shade on the M68 lamp immortalises the silhouette of a woman’s shoulders. It is an aluminium re-edition of the famous methacrylate pop lamp from the 1960s – also by Miguel Milá – and it is now available in lively red or matte white, as well as in polished aluminium. Since the shade is opaque, its bell-shape cross section gives it a large inside surface to diffuse the light. The electrical cable runs from the top middle area of the shade along with a tiny metal cylinder that links the shade and the steel wire that holds it aloft. In short, M68 is the friendliest way of lighting a large table. Size: 22 (H) x 46 (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)