Santa & Cole

Modernity and functionality merge with an urban approach to design when Santa & Cole make lamps. The handmade lamps are characterised by their high quality and aesthetic nudity, and each lamp is the perfect fit for Nordic décor that continues to gravitate towards cosy, functional lighting and natural materials. Since 1985, Santa & Cole have designed and manufactured their own products. Their warehouse, studio, and office all have their roots in Barcelona, where the designers once created extraordinary lighting solutions for famous bars and later moved into lighting for private residences.

Santa & Cole collaborate with a range of talented designers, but when it comes to lamp design, collaborators like Miguel Milá are worth noting. He is the man behind the Cesta and Cestita table lamps, the Trípode G5 floor lamp, and the Trípode M3 table lamp, which was created with inspiration from his GT5/GT6 pendant.
Create, protect, and share the understanding of “good design”

Lampemesteren offers a range of lovely lamps by Santa & Cole. But they are so much more than just lighting design, so you might come across Santa & Cole books, decorative pillows, shelves, indoor and outdoor lighting, and furniture such as sofas, armchairs, tables, and chairs. On top of that, Santa & Cole provide everyday elements for the public sector like street lighting, bike stands, and bins. They manufacture furniture for industrial clients and decorative offices for public authorities and institutions.

Santa & Cole describe themselves as a knowledge industry and endeavour to create, protect, and share their understanding of “good design”. They do this through their products that are characterised by an aesthetic nudity, good design, functionality, and high quality. These trademarks permeate their entire product range, and they are clearly reflected in their lamp designs.

Their designs have an unmistakeable modern expression that set them apart from the crowd. At the same time, their designs are recognisable thanks to their distinct shapes and chosen materials. Their approach to design is defined by an attention to everyday objects—discovered objects, designed and redesigned objects, and considerations for the user experience.
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