Cesta Outdoor Table / Floor Lamp MFR ID: CESTG01UL
Cesta Outdoor Table / Floor Lamp 0 Floor & Table Lamps Santa & Cole

Cesta Outdoor Table / Floor Lamp

By Miguel Mila, for Santa & Cole

Cesta Outdoor Table / Floor Lamp

By Miguel Mila, For Santa & Cole


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MFR ID: CESTG01UL | ITEM #: SCO1224277

Cesta Outdoor Table / Floor Lamp


Item #: SCO1224277

Designed by Miguel MilaRead Bio

The Cesta Outdoor Lamp brings Miguel Mila's iconic design to the outdoors. True to its name Cesta, Spanish for basket, this lamp showcases a basket-like frame with a luminous round opal shade carefully nestled inside. The weather-resistant aluminum frame and polyethylene shade make this piece suitable for use in both dry and damp environments.

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Finish: Black, Olive Green

Color: White Opal


    • Finish: Black
    • Color: White Opal
    • Size: 12.9"W x 22.4"H
    • Product Weight: 6.80 lbs
    • Materials: Aluminum  Polyethylene  
    • Cord: 157.5"
    • Switch: On/Off Switch Under Base
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    Since their founding in 1985, Spain-based Santa & Cole has been driven by a passion for fine industrial design. The company's exquisite contemporary lighting fixtures represent original designs created by world famous Spanish designers and architects. Santa & Cole's modern European lighting is a unique collection of quality fixtures for discerning palates. Choose from our selection of Santa & Cole suspension lights, ceiling lights, wall lighting, table lamps, and floor lamps.

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    Miguel Mila

    About Miguel Mila

    Miguel Mil represents like no other person Spanish contemporary design. He belongs to the pioneer's generation of the 50s, and has seen how many of his pieces of furniture and lamps have become real classics.

    Miguel Mil started working as an interior designer in the architecture studio of his brother Alfonso Mil and partner Federico Correa. It was the end of the 50s, a time of crisis when Spain hardly knew what industrial design was. There was practically no industry, everything was generally handmade. This framework marked the way Miguel Mil understood design, sensitive to the appreciation and use of traditional techniques.

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