Reinterpreting traditional lamps. Jaume Sans was a renowned Catalan surrealist sculptor and painter. He was also a member of the artistic association ADLAN that included amongst its members Picasso, Dalí, Miró and Calder, all acquaintances of the GATCPAC architects with whom they shared their social venue on Passeig de Gràcia in pre-Spanish Civil War Barcelona. Sans focused on the design of furniture for his own household, which is how the remarkable Pie de Salón or Peana Molina lamps were created, and later edited by Santa & Cole. A sleek reinterpretation of traditional symmetrical lamps, with a chrome shaft. The stem of the lamp is adjustable and is leather-covered for a luxurious feel, opening up into a tripod base that allows the cable to easily go through. A perfect example of industrial craftsmanship. It features three distinct shades in three different materials, and eight colour options that exude timeless elegance.