Moare Floor Lamp
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Design by Antoni Arola, 2003.
Imported from Barcelona.
The Moaré collection is named for the effect of the two superimposed cylindrical shades, as if iridescent fabric were being used. Made of mesh material used in industrial curtains. The floor lamp has an aluminum rectangular tube shaft finished in graphite that rises from a solid cast base, also finished in graphite.
The final design of your Moaré floor lamp is up to you. Each floor lamp can accommodate up to two shades. Choose from small, medium or large shades, and then choose white, red or metallic grey. Please see diagram for examples of possible combinations.
Notes: Extra large shades are available as special order, please inquire with our sales department.
Material(s): Mesh, Aluminum
- Overall: 73"H
- Base: 18"W
- Small Shade: 14"D X 12"H
- Medium Shade: 18.4 "D X 16 "H
- Large Shade: 24.8"D X 24"H
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 3 X 100W 120V E26 medium base incandescent bulbs (not included)
Model(s): SC-MRE21 SC-MRES SC-MREM SC-MREL
After studying at the Escuela Superior de Diseño Eina (Eina Superior School of Design and Art) in Barcelona Antoni Arola start his career at the Estudio Lievore y Pensi and later joined the company Associate Designers. In 1994 Antoni Arola Started his own studio in Barcelona, Estudi Arola.
Arola has undertaken design work in a variety of lighting projects for Santa & Cole, Metalarte, B&D, and Viabizzuno. He is acknowledged as a versatile and original designer both for his artistic talents and the inspiration he draws from ancestral cultures, standing out because of his sculptural vision of light.
Antoini Arola has been awarded two Delta Design Awards, and in 2003 won the Nacional Design Prize - awarded for "The maturity of a professional career that covers a wide spectrum, ranging from interior design to product design, displaying a great consistency, originality and passion"(jury's note).See other lights/products from Antoni Arola
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