Pedrera H2O Table Lamp
$239
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An icon of mid-century modernism, originally designed for Gaudi’s “La Pedrera” building in Barcelona.
In 1955, Barba Corsini renovated the loft space within Antonio Gaudi’s famed “La Pedrera” building – transforming it from a storage facility into 13 beautifully-designed apartments. To complement the modernist architecture, Corsini custom-designed furniture for the space, including the now iconic Pedrera lamps and table. He leaned on Gaudi’s architectural designs for inspiration – the base of the lamp inspired by the building’s vaulted ceilings and the lamp shade referencing its chimneys.

Designer Joaq????uim R????uiz Millet, a protege of Corsini, later designed this lamp in collaboration with his mentor. The lamp is made from powder-coated, perforated metal and is produced in Denmark by Gubi – a Copenhagen-based purveyor of historic and contemporary designs. This is a certified authentic design, produced to the designers’ original specifications.
Origin: Denmark
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+  Dimensions
13"H x 5"D
Cord Length: 59"
+  Materials
Perforated Steel
+  Available Colors
Color
Matte Black
Matte White
Nickel
+  Notes
  • Bulbs: Max 42W-?Halogen,? E?26 base (?lightbulb not included?)
  • Listing: CUL, UL
  • Cord Length: 59"
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About the Designer
Barba Corsini
Italy
Barba Corsini (1916-2008) is considered one of the greatest designers and architects of the Bauhaus era. Inspired by Finnish architecture and a strong appreciation for simplicity, Corisni is most famously known for his designs for Gaudi's "La Pedrera." Commissioned to renovate the loft space in 1955, the custom floor lamps and accent tables he designed for the space still maintain as coveted works of modern design. The collection has since expanded, some works in collaboration with his protegé, Joaquim Ruiz Millet.
Corsini (1916-2008) was a leading functionalist architect and design pioneer of the Bauhaus era.
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