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Zola Floor Lamp

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Design by Uli Guth, 2004.
By Metalarte.

Outdoor floor lamp for direct ambient illumination. Stainless steel column supports the spun aluminum shade. Anodized cast aluminum spike allows the Zola to be easily relocated. Matte finish translucent polycarbonate lower diffuser. Optional cast iron base is available. Choose from two sizes, and two shade enamel colors. Equipped with 129" cord and plug.

Material(s): Spun Aluminum, Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, Polycarbonate

Dimensions:

  • Small (pe): 11.4"D X 25.6"H
  • Large (gr): 11.4"D X 39.4"H

Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT, INCANDESCENT

Bulbs:

  • 2 X 40W 120V E12 (candelabra base) Type B incandescent lamps (not included) OR
  • 1 X 22W 120V 2GX12 T5 circline fluorescent lamp (not included)

Listing: IP54

Model(s): 751134500 751134501 751232500 751234500 751304500 751232501 751234501 751304500

Metalarte

Metalarte is a company that has defined its personality through the co-existence of the new and the traditional. Applying Yin and Yang to production has resulted in the possibility of maintaining a catalogue that balances the future and the past, a tradition that began in a workshop at Madrazo Street in Barcelona.

Metalarte, S.A., Barcelona, Spain is a manufacturer of traditional and avant-garde lighting whose origins date back to 1932. The world-renowned global company began within the warmth of a simple metalworking shop where its founder, Antonio Riera felt a unique passion for bright, appropriate lighting — something most unusual in a country that used 125 volts until the beginning of the 1960s.

Today Metalarte combines a pride about its pioneer past and its new state-of-the-art factory and manufacturing abilities. They have chosen to work with such established and esteemed professional designers as Eric Franch, the Devessa Brothers, Josep Aregall, Alberto Lievore, Manuel Molina, Richard Ferrer and Manuel Molina.To further the concept that the future is today, in 2003 Metalarte created its advanced laboratory, Metalab, that has commissioned such new designers as Jamie Hayón, Raymond Úbedy and Otto Candalda, Hector Seranno, Jordi Llopis, Emil Padros and Ana Mir.

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