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Tombal is an elegant multi-use product; a practical umbrella stand or an ashtray. Designed in 1990 by Miguel Milá and produced in 2017 by Mobles114.  It’s a good example that good designs resist the ravages of time. This new production has maintained the original design and we have only changed the material: stainless steel and ceramic enamel. It’s resistant and functional.

Tombal can be an umbrella stand or an ashtray depending on which way up you stand it. It resists the humidity, the vase is easy to empty and thanks to the excellent properties of the ceramic it is very durable and easy to clean.

Tombal is functional, light, stable and resistant. Equally ideal for both public spaces and for the home. Outdoor and indoor.  It’s practical to use and elegant due to its timeless shape


Miguel Milá

Miguel Milá Sagnier, Barcelona, 1931.

Miguel Milá, who started his career in the late 1950s, sees himself as a pre-industrial designer.
Together with André Ricard, Antoni de Moragas, Oriol Bohigas and Rafael Marquina, among others, he was the co-founder of the ADI FAD association, set up to promote and disseminate industrial design both nationally and internationally.

His work as an interior designer for the studio of Federico Correa and Alfonso Milá stands out, remarkably, for its ability to impart comfort and elegance to the spaces he creates.

His designs are the result of painstaking but seemingly simple work which has led to many of his products being recognised as icons of our country's industrial design.

He won the very first National Design Award in 1987, Compasso d'Oro and Gold Medal for Fine Arts 2016.