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Diana



Devised at the same time as its sister product the Diana lamp, this side table helped to improve the arrangement in the office of Barcelona’s mayor, lending it a more prestigious appearance, although without being ostentatious. A smooth balance between tradition and modernity where everything boils down to proportion, with two different table top heights and diameters.

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Barcelona, 1924

Since the 1960s, architect duo Federico Correa and Alfonso Milá have been amongst the most successful in Spanish design and architecture. Their work is inspired by the architectural heritage of the Modern Movement.

Correa and Alfonso Milá were both born in 1924, they were schoolmates and went to the same university, and finally received their doctorate from the University of Barcelona. They set up their architecture studio in 1953, thus enhancing a professional relationship and a strong friendship that has made their names inseparable.

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Barcelona, 1924 - 2009

Since the 1960s, architect duo Federico Correa and Alfonso Milá have been amongst the most successful in Spanish design and architecture. Their work is inspired by the architectural heritage of the Modern Movement.

Correa and Alfonso Milá were both born in 1924, they were schoolmates and went to the same university, and finally received their doctorate at the University of Barcelona. They set up their architecture studio in 1953, thus enhancing a professional relationship and a strong friendship that has made their names inseparable.

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Barcelona, 1931

Miguel Milá, an interior designer, inventor and bricoleur, and a pioneer in his field in Spain, began working in the 1950s. With objects, resources and raw materials hard to come by at that time, Milá started designing his own furniture and lamps and soon set up his own company, Tramo (from the Spanish Tra-bajos Mo-lestos, ‘Annoying Jobs’). Many of his pieces have become true contemporary classics. In 2016, the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture in Spain awarded him the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts. He has won numerous ADI awards (Barcelona), the first Spanish National Design Award (tied with André Ricard), and the ADI Compasso d’Oro for Lifetime Achievements.

Miguel Milá was born in a Catalan aristocratic family with strong links with the artistic world (his ancestors assigned the Milá House, also known as La Pedrera, to Gaudí), and started working as an interior designer in the architecture studio of his brother Alfonso Milá and Federico Correa. It was the end of the 50s, a time of crisis when Spain hardly knew what industrial design was.

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Auxiliary table.
Satin nickel structure.
Tempered glass top.
Manufactured in two sizes:
Diana alta: Ø 58 x h 62 cm / Ø 22.8” x h 24.4”
Diana baja: Ø 70 cm x h 52 cm / Ø 27.5” x h 20.5”

 

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