An opaque central disc houses a LED light source protected by a translucent, cylindrical diffuser to produce a glare-free halo of light. Its airtightness makes it suitable for outdoor use, ensuring it remains clean and glowing. Amigo was originally designed for our headquarters in Belloch (Barcelona).
Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.Suitable for Outlet Box (UL market).Light source included (dimmable)
- White metallic structure.
Cylindrical translucent methacrylate diffuser.
Suitable for dimming systems 1-10V. (External dimmer switch 1-10V not included).
Suitable for WET locations.
- Suitable for Outlet Box (UL market).
- Light source included (dimmable):
- Built-in LED. Output 40W. 700 mA / Input: 90 ~ 305 Vac. (50 Hz / 60 Hz). According to destination.
- Tª Colour: 2.700 K
- Typical CRI: 90
- Lifetime: 40.000 h
- Luminous flux: 707.89 lm
An archetype of simplicity, in which nothing is extraneous
AMIGO (Spanish for “friend”) is the first joint project from this father and son team, who exemplify two generations of Spanish design. A central opaque disc holds a light source surrounded by a translucent, vertical shade, that diffuses luminosity and produces a glare-free halo of filtered light. Its airtight resistance protects the electrical fittings and also prevents insects from getting in, so that it stays clean and maintains an even glow.
The design was commissioned by Santa & Cole as part of the remodelling of our headquarters in Belloch; it repeatedly comes into sight on pergolas and passageways, walls and ceilings. The Amigo wall lamp is an exercise of impeccable simplicity, where nothing is superfluous.
After sharing his first studio with a friend, Gonzalo Milà founded Milà Diseño, together with Miguel and Micaela Milà, his father and sister. He is the designer of the Rama street lamp, winner of the ADI-FAD Silver Delta Award in 2001 and published by Santa & Cole Urbidermis. Since 2001 Milà has worked from his own studio, where he combines an exacting essentialism
and a human approach to design, always emphasising the importance of usefulness.
Miguel Milà, industrial and interior designer, inventor and bricoleur, began his career in the 1950s, and soon became a pioneer of Spanish design. To overcome the scarcity of resources at the time, he decided to design his own pieces. He soon began to produce objects at his company Tramo (Trabajos Molestos), and they remain true contemporary classics today.
In 2016, the Ministry of Education and Culture awarded him the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts.