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The poplar is a tree that is characteristic to river banks and wetlands, producing soft white, almost knot-free wood, which needs to be felled before autumn in order to preserve its whiteness and flexibility. Using this highly abundant, popular material, pioneering designer Ferrán Freixa designed an unusual shade with an oriental, virtually Zen style, built using thin vertical strips attached to a small, circular metal rod structure. His lamp was the first winner of the Golden Delta ADI-FAD award for the best industrial design produced in Spain back in 1961.
Width 42 cm and height 25 cm.
Lampshade made of thin wooden strips.
With plug. Electric cable length: 3 m.
Ferran Freixa Jove was born on 20 October 1922 in Menarguens (Lleida). In 1947 he took a surveying course in Barcelona. He began teaching drawing at the Municipal Vocational Training School of Barcelona in 1950. He worked on many projects with architects including Martinell, Bonet Garí, Bonet-Armengol, Sostres and others.
TAKING CARE OF THIS PRODUCT
No special care is required, you can dust off the lamp using a soft goat hair duster.