Spanish modernist lamp made in the 1970's Thomas Diaz Magro for Fase a Spanish compan. This luminaire manufacturer Fase was founded in Madrid in 1964 by industrial designer Pedro Martín. Martín sold his independently produced lamps to retailers before successfully opening a factory in Torrejón de Ardoz on the outskirts of Madrid. In the 1970s, Fase is a key player in the manufacturing sector and contributes to a difficult economy tinged with oil shocks and a turbulent democratic transition. Fase sells lighting fixtures for more than three decades to 32 countries; its largest markets are in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Canada and the United States .Fase closed in the 1980's leaving the legacy of a line of elegant and unique desk lamp.Tomás Díaz Magro ( Madrid , 1941 ) is a Spanish designer. He started his activity in 1959 collaborating with SEDI ( Sociedad Española de Diseño Industrial ). From 1960 he dedicated himself to research on the wood bending system and furniture manufacturing systems , achieving in 1961 the Gold Medal of the exhibition of inventors in Brussels for the Diaz-Magro System of curved pine wood , one question is to know if this lamp is inspired by Joe Colombo Table Lamp 'Coupé' or if it is the reversed .
Size H. 25 in ( highest point ) W. 25 in , globe D.8.3/4 in x H .7 , base D. 7 in . , rewired , good antique condition , there is some scratches from normal use , it was stripped to the metal .
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