Pedrera floor lamp, black

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In 1955 Spanish architect Barba Corsini renovated the loft space within Antonio Gaudi's famous building La Pedrera in Barcelona, transforming it from a simple laundry room and storage area into 13 modern duplex apartments. To reinforce the modernist style of the rooms, Corsini decorated the apartments with furniture he designed himself, including Pedrera lamps and tables. The inspiration for the base of the lights came from the vaulted ceilings of the famous house of La Pedrera while the cylindrical shape and the unique perforated details of the chimneys influenced the form of the lamps’ shades.

Barba Corsini
Perforated metal
Height 113 cm, width 39 cm


Barba Corsini

Barba Corsini

Barba Corsini (1916-2008) was a Spanish functionalist architect, famous for his renovation and interior design for Antonio Gaudi’s La Pedrera building in Barcelona, for which he won numerous international awards.

Corsini got his influence from the German architect Mies van der Rohe and American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and he was also strongly inspired by the simplistic and clean Finnish architecture, which he believed to be the finest in Europe. Corsini’s style has been described as ’powerful simplicity’, which is clearly represented in the lamps and furnitures of the Pedrera series.

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