Fil lamp, designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira, and re-edited by Mobles 114
Fil is a lamp designed in 1991 by the architect Álvaro Siza Vieira that shows without artifice what constitutes the essence of an electric lamp: a support, the electric cable with the bulb and a shade.
A lamp that dispenses with ornaments, inspired by the evolution of brass or bronze lamps that incorporated a screen to avoid glare.
Made of stainless steel, the Fil de Siza Vieira lamp is part of Mobles 114's Clásicos catalog for its contemporary radicalism and as a tribute to one of today's great architects.
The Fil 1991 lamp belongs to the Mobles114 Classic Collection. Classics Collection wants to vindicate all those designers who, with their proposals, have contributed to improving the quality of life of our society, and pay them a well-deserved tribute.
Structure made of stainless steel rod with a diameter of 6 mm. Elements welded together with silver contribution. Welds subsequently polished.
Screen and screen support, made of 0.8 mm thick sheet steel. The bright polished screen on one side and matt polished on the other.
It has a transparent plastic lamp. Connection with European plug and unipolar hand switch, with 2x0.75 mm2 flat hose cable. H03VVH2-F