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Jaume Sans is often portrayed as the surrealist sculptor and painter, and a member of the ADLAN group, the supporters of which included such prominent figures as Dalí, Miró and Calder, all acquaintances of the GATCPAC architects with whom they shared their social venue in Passeig de Gràcia in pre-Spanish Civil War Barcelona. In his private life, Jaume Sans was the father of many children who became big names in the field of Catalan design (such as Pete Sans) and, on occasions, he also created several pieces for family use, such as his Pie de Salón. With a minimalist structure, the central shaft – covered in leather to lend it an improved feel – can be adjusted in height from the top and opens out onto a simple tripod base, allowing the cable to easily pass through. Shades in a range of colours and finishes can be used to give an impression of uncommon, warm, uncomplicated timelessness.
Size: height min. 120 and max. 160 cm and width base 40 cm.
G1 ø shade 36 cm and h 32 cm (picture 1)
G2 ø shade 45 cm and 27 cm (picture 4)
G3 ø shade 28 cm and 27 cm (picture 2)
Height adjustable polished brass or chrome-plated structure.
Shaft covered in black leather.
3 lampshade options:
G1 (stitched beige parchment; natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon and white linen)
G2 (natural, red-amber or black ribbon and white linen)
G3 (Natural, red-amber or black ribbon and terracotta, mustard or green Raw Color ribbon and white linen)
Jaume Sans belonged to the Catalan generation of surrealists of the 30s. His paintings and sculptures contributed to spread the avant-garde movement throughout Catalonia, thanks to the many outstanding exhibitions these artists held.