Cestita Batería table lamp

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Cestita Batería is a portable, cordless version of the Cestita lamp by Santa & Cole. Cestita Batería is equipped with a chargeable lithium battery and built-in LED unit, making it a convenient and atmospheric source of light at home or in places with no electricity. The smooth glow of the opal glass shade is perfected with a beautiful cherry wood structure.

Santa & Cole’s Cestita is an iconic table lamp, designed by Miguel Milá in 1962. Cestita comprises a round opal glass shade and a wooden frame formed with traditional steaming techniques. The light creates a pleasant ambience, and the wooden handle makes moving the lamp easy. Reminiscent of Japanese lanterns, Cestita catches they eye with its charming design, and pairs beautifully with the larger Cesta light.

Manufacturer:
Santa & Cole
Design:
Miguel Milá
Material:
Cherry wood, opal glass
Diameter:
22 cm
Height:
36 cm
Light source:
Fixed 3W LED (included)
Colour temperature:
2700K
Luminous flux:
363lm
Lifetime:
40 000 h
IP rating:
20
Protection class:
II
Energy label:
A++ - A
Weight:
1,3 kg
Dimmable:
Yes
Notes:
Comes with a chargeable lithium battery. Range: 5 hrs on high power, 15 hrs on medium power, 30 hrs on low power. Charging time 8 hrs.

Designer

Miguel Milá

Miguel Milá

Miguel Milá (b. 1931) is of the pioneers of modern Spanish design. He started his career at the 1950s when industrial design was just arriving in Spain. Milá’s work has many references to traditional techniques and old craftsmanship, but his designs are also characterized by a passion for new techniques and materials. Besides an independent designer, Milá was also one of the founders of the Spanish design company Tramo. His most famous pieces include the simplistic TMC and TMM lamps as well as the atmospheric Cesta and Cestita lamps, all designed around the 1960s and still being sold today. In 1987, Milá was awarded the Spanish Premio Nacional de Diseño prize, and in 2008 he received the Compasso d’Oro award.

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