About FAD Table
Designed to work anywhere, always. Originally designed for the headquarters of Barcelona’s FAD (Fostering Arts and Design Association). The FAD was founded in 1903 by a group of artisans and architects deeply concerned about the consequences of industrialisation. For decades, the association was a pioneer advocate for Spanish architecture and projective arts. After experimenting with four leftover pieces of wood, Miguel Milá created the FAD lamp. Its cylindrical oak column creates a vertical symmetry that gracefully supports an almost cylindrical white linen shade. The cross-shaped legs that recall other classics by Miguel Milá, share the same dimensions as the shade’s lower circumference. Available in two dimensions: FAD, the larger version allows the light to be dimmed, and FAD menor, is suitable for less light intensity requirements. A hollowed cylindrical oak structure, creates a vertical symmetry that gracefully supports a white linen shade. The cross-shaped legs that recall other classics by Miguel Milá, share the same dimensions as the shade’s lower circumference. Designed without artifice, FAD lamps spark emotion through their simplicity. The new, petite version, FAD Menor, is ideal for smaller spaces or a where lower light intensity is required. Both formats allow adjustable light intensity.