Montjuïc floor lamp with black base and white acrylic lampshade. A small red ball connects the two contrasting elements. The floor lamp was designed by Santiago Calatrava for Artemide in the 1990s. The Spanish architect and designer is known for his dynamic, streamlined designs. Named after the Montjuïc mountain in Barcelona, the design of the floor lamp's base is reminiscent of the Torre de comunicacions de Montjuïc, the television tower also designed by Calatrava, which was built between 1989 and 1991 as part of the design of the Olympic site.
Height: 193.0 cm | 75.98 in.
Width: 55.0 cm | 21.65 in.
Depth: 42.0 cm | 16.54 in.
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