Santa & Cole
Basica Table Lamp
The appearance of the B sica in 1987 heralded a return to warmth in household lighting. The lamp lived up to the expectations of its designers and became Santa and Cole's most representative piece.
- Table lamp
- Birch column with satin nickel base
- Can be combined with lampshades P3, M1 and M2
- Basica collection
- Voltage: 230V E 27.Dimmer
- Accommodates: Max 100 W frosted incandescent bulb
Santa & Cole Basica Table Lamp
Weights & Dimensions
- 12.5'' - 14.8'' H x 2'' D
|Product Type: Standard||Style: Contemporary|
|Bulb Type: Incandescent||Wattage per Bulb: 100 Watts (W)|
|Shade Included: Yes||Switch Type: Dimmer|
|Country of Manufacture: Spain|| |
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The Basica Table Lamp is a Contemporary style product. Contemporary style bridges the gap between traditional and modern. Pieces feature simple and clean lines with smooth surfaces without any carving or adornment. You can shop for more Contemporary Table Lamps in the Lighting section of our site.
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About the Designer
Santiago Roqueta Spain (1944 - )
Santiago Roqueta: Barcelona, 1944. Doctor in architecture, professor at the ETSAB, industrial designer, interior designer and artist when inspiration blessed him, Roqueta is an essential figure in order to understand the development of design in Catalonia. Santiago Roqueta founded in 1969 the famous furniture editing company Snarck Design company, thus becoming a pioneer in design editing. He undertook the project of recovering and promoting pieces of renowned artists such as Rietveld, Balla, Hoffman or Dalí, among others. During the 70s and the 80s, Roqueta focused his work on designing pubs and night clubs, contributing to what would come to be known as the Barcelona of design. Some of his most outstanding projects and collaborations were the Ponsa restaurant (1970), the Massana restaurant (1975), the Zeleste night clubs (1973 and 1979), the Malic theater (1984), the Snooker Club (1995, FAD award), La Barcelonina de Vins i Esperits (1985), the Els Balcons restaurant, the Sisisí pub (1986), the Ciento gallery, or the production company Ovideo TV's offices (1985-1998), for which he also created furniture and television and movie sets. In many of these projects, Gabriel Ordeig Cole collaborated in the lighting. In the first 90s, as the director of the ETSAB (School of Architecture of Barcelona), Roqueta proposed to Santa & Cole to set up an unprecedent coediting relationship, in order to promote the knowledge on Spanish design masters. This relationship gave birth to the book collections Design Classics and Contemporary Designers, that he supervised until his death in January 2005. But Roqueta went further and was also the author of the first book in the Design Classics collection, a monograph called "Antoni de Moragas", a book that goes through the work and inestimable contribution of this Catalan architect to carrying out and promoting Catalan design in the 20th century.
About the Manufacturer
"It is solely a question of making the space we inhabit more pleasant. And for this nothing better than forgetting lamps for a while and focusing more on the light."
Since 1985, when Javier Nieto Santa, Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó founded Santa &
Cole, the company’s raison d’être has been industrial design, an art consisting of seeking the best
of each object to be able to offer a more pleasant experience in our daily life. Santa & Cole’s
business is based on choosing, from among a large number of objects, those with a great history
which precedes them or with a humble surprise to be discovered, a selection which contributes
more than just matter: peacefulness, culture and wellbeing.
Santa & Cole´s contemporary collection proposes everyday objects whose presence in our home
is affable but not prominent, and which can therefore be incorporated into our lives for the long
term. We have published catalogs since 1985, growing slowly but surely, for twenty-five years.
Lamps whose arc of light is functionally good, from the gentle half-light to the vigor of full intensity,
but which are above all intellectually emotive lamps, in view of their beauty, well conceived
or which tell a significant story. Tables which present themselves effortlessly. Shelves on which
we can lay our life’s interests within sight. This catalog contains some of the best products from
major contemporary designers, primarily, but not exclusively Spanish, concerned by a certain
humanist idea of the shared life of a interior space.