SANTA & COLE
A line of light and a thin metal sheet create a soft and effective diffusion. Lámina exploits the virtues of reflected light with simple, clean lines in varying shades and sizes, laid bare and fully exposed.
This pendant lamp fascinates the eye with the elegance of its curve and soothing light. In 1907, painter Mariano Fortuny Madrazo prolifically used reflective lighting, which he deemed essential to achieve the right colour, with his iconic homonymous lamp.
Whether as a single unit or several in sequence, in small or large sizes, Antoni Arola's combination of formal purity and functional virtue elicits emotion. A marriage of the poetic and the practical, Lámina is a system that upholds the benefits of reflected light by using obvious shapes in different formats and with different shades that conceal nothing and show everything, creating a soft and pleasant light, without glare.
Item Code ｜ 代码
No. ｜ 编码：LAMPC01D
EAN ｜ 条码：
Dimensions ｜ 尺寸
W987mm × D300mm × H126mm
Materials ｜ 材料
Black metal structure with matte finish.
S&C white metallic shade with brilliant finish (exterior).
Adjustable ｜ 调节性
Light intensity 0% to 100%.
(Not included external dimmer switch)
Light source ｜ 光源
Built-in LED 31W(included 「dimmable」). 内置LED 31瓦(包含「可调光」)
Input: 100 ~ 277 Vac. (50 Hz / 60 Hz). 电压: 100-277 伏
Tª Colour: 2.700 K 色温: 2.700K(暖白光)
Typical CRI: 90 色彩指数: 90
Lifetime: 40.000 h 寿命: 40.000小时（常规情况下）
Luminous flux: 1.394 lm 亮度: 1.394 流明
Cable Length ｜ 线长
Weight ｜ 重量
Maintenance ｜ 养护
Daily cleaning and wiping with a soft towel.
Do not use ammonia, solvents or abrasive cleaning products.
Please turn off the power before maintenance.
Warranty ｜ 质保
Two years（Standard use）
Antoni Arola was awarded the Spanish National Design Prize in 2003, and he is recognised as one of the most outstanding members of Spanish design. His common-sense approach has allowed him to create a range of brilliant designs, from a perfume bottle to a lamp, to large scale interior design projects. Arola finds a symbolism and a way of understanding the universe through foreign cultures, such as African cultures, which he incorporates into his work and his daily life. His works also show his sculptural savoir-faire, his love for drawing and his interest for contemporary art.