FAD Table Lamp
Initially designed to illuminate the then central offices of the FAD (Fomento de las Artes y del Diseño). This association, founded in 1903 by a group of artisans and architects concerned about the consequences of industrialization, was a pioneer for decades in the defense of architecture and projective arts in Spain.
After experimenting with four leftover pieces of wood, Miguel Milá created the FAD lamp. It is a cylindrical oak structure that produces a symmetrical verticality and supports an almost cylindrical white linen screen. The characteristic cross intersection of the legs, which refers to other Miguel Milá classics, has the same dimension as the lower circumference of the lampshade.
Without concession to unnecessary adornment, the FAD table and floor lamps impress with their extreme simplicity. Available in two tabletop versions: FAD, the large size allows you to regulate the light, and smaller FAD, it is ideal for uses where less light intensity is required.
Natural oak wood structure. White linen shade.
|bulb type||4.5W LED included|
|light power||2700K 470lm|
|Color rendering index||CRI 90|
Height : 61cm
Total width : ø 40 cm
Table Lamp Oak Wood White Linen Lampshade