TMC Floor Lamp
Miguel Milá / Tramo - 1958
The TMC (Chrome Movable Section) is undoubtedly the most iconic and relevant design of Miguel Milá's fruitful career.
Its history begins in 1956 with the design of a variable-height lamp for the interior design project of his aunt Nuria Sagnier's studio, and has been the subject of numerous revisions and modifications over more than fifty years. The first definitive design that was commercialized was the one from 1960, produced by the publisher Tramo (Works bothersome), a company founded by Milá himself.
The TMC is an ingenious design for a floor lamp that allows you to choose the height of the light through a handle with seven anchor points, which acts both as a support for the circular white methacrylate lampshade and as an adjustment system through the shaft chrome, is attached to a second structural half with four black painted iron blades that make up the base.
An exercise in intelligent and balanced design that provides the TMC with simplicity and functional efficiency.
Delta de Oro ADI-FAD 1961 Award.
|Dimensions: Height: 169 cm, Ø Lampshade: 30 cm, Width: 29 cm, Depth: 40 cm
|Condition: Excellent vintage condition. Subtle wear consistent with age and use.
|Availability: 2 units