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Cesta Metalica Table Lamp

Designed By: Miguel Mila
SKU
CES02
$1,695.00

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$1,695.00

Cesta Metalica Table Lamp from Santa & Cole
Design by Miguel Mila


Based on the original design of 1962, the Cesta Metalica Table Lamp by Santa and Cole features a curvaceous lantern consisting of a stainless steel structure and an opal diffuser. Designed by Miguel Mila to imitate Japanese lanterns or a portable torch, it would not be out of place in the Japanese palaces of the Edo period or today's modern loft space.
Minimal and seamlessly designed, the fixture is ideal for placement in contemporary living rooms, bedrooms, and home offices.
Santa & Cole has been creating lighting and furniture from Barcelona since 1985.
Their modern, urban designs are versatile and add style to homes and workplaces.
With selections like the warm, stainless steel and linen Royal Floor Lamp and the delicate, floating Nimba LED Suspension Light, their creations are well-made with a focus on quality design.


Features
Black electrical cord
Design/Year: Miguel Mila/2015
Reinvention of the original design from 1962


Materials
White opal glass shade with stainless steel structure


Dimming Information
On-Off Switch


Lamping
1 X 60W 120V E26(medium base) incandescent lamp, 20W compact fluorescent er 18W LED
Lamps (not included)


Dimensions
With Leather Handle Cord: L 157.4 in
With Leather Handle Fixture: H 17 in , Dia 14 in
Without Leather Handle Cord: L 157.4 in
Without Leather Handle Fixture: H 17 in , Dia 14 in


Listing
UL Listed


Item
SANTA-COLE-CESTA-METALICA-TABLE-LAMP

Santa & Cole is a small, independent and global editor of design products, with its roots in Belloch (Barcelona, Spain).
Santa & Cole have been editing since 1985, when the company was first founded.
By editing we mean preparing a work for the public domain, Santa & Cole mean adapting an item for everyone’s use. What a book editor does with stories, we do with objects.