Nomadic lamps: Mia outdoor lamp by Michel Charlot for Kettal

The lamp is built around an acid-treated glass diffuser that is protected by a polypropylene lampshade.

Mia is a family of nomadic lamps designed by Michel Charlot and engineered for the Spanish outdoor furniture company Kettal.

The lamp is built around an acid-treated glass diffuser that is protected by a polypropylene lampshade. Both are held in place by a wire structure.

The lamps are completely waterproof, allowing for a range of applications and making it suitable for outdoor use. The Mia series includes multiple variations, including a small battery-powered lamp. 

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