This smaller version of the Cesta lamp, both conceived more than five decades ago, is composed of a subtle structure of carefully polished and sturdily assembled wood that houses an opal-shaped glass globe from which the light is diffused. As an ambient light, this design constitutes an object-lamp that generates pleasing spaces wherever it is placed.
Barcelona, 1931 Industrial and interior designer, inventor and bricoleur.
Miguel Milá began his career in the 1950s and was one of the pioneers in his field in Spain. His designs still hold the accolade of being considered genuine contemporary classics of design up to the present day. Thorough and curious, always attentive, he is an expert master of simple, useful, everyday objects.
Premio Nacional de Diseño, Compaso d’Oro and Medalla de Oro al Mérito de las Bellas Artes. His career history and his contribution to the promotion of design turned him into one of the masters of industrial design in Spain.