Key facts

Product:
Olvidada pending lamp
Family:
Olvidada
Manufacturer:
BD Barcelona >
Designer:
Pepe Cortés >
Architonic ID:
1257428
Country:
Spain
Launched:
1976
Manufacturer groups :
Interior lighting-Suspended lights >
Groups:
Interior lighting-Suspended lights >

Product description

Pepe Cortés designed this linestra lamp in 1976, but was forgotten about in a drawer until BD recuperated it and put it into production in 1984. Its name Olivdada (meaning forgotten) comes from these circumstances. More than 40 years after, this design remains just as current as on its first day.

Steel structure and lampholder nucleas with a brass scotch polished finish. Linestras 9W LED S14D 3x9W LED suitable for 110 v. and v 220. Certified CE UNE-EN 60598-1.

38x38x166H.cm
38x38x(300H max).cm

Product family

Concept

From the past century Pepe Cortés (Barcelona, 1946) has been part of the family of Designers at BD, from back in the 80’s when he created the “Very Formal Furniture” Collection along with Javier Mariscal. The Olvidada lamp owes its name to when Pepe designed this piece in 1976, but had ‘forgotten’ (the translation of olvidada in English) it in a drawer until BD started producing it in 1984. Since then it has remained as part of BD’s catalogue and with time, has converted into a Spanish classic design piece - recognised for its iconic combination of bulbs which have recently been rejuvenated thanks to LED technology. The well-known ceiling and standing lamp versions now have three new additional configurations: double, triple and chandelier.