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Lindvall w124 pendant lamp

By Wästberg


  • Description

    In designing this lamp for Wästberg, his main goal was to design an archetypical lamp inspired by its original predecessors - the oil lamp or the kerosene lamp or even candle sticks - together with shades that used to sit on lamps I grew up with - lamps with an incandescent light bulb and a conical lampshade.In other words, he wanted to design a very simple light fixture, designed to direct the light downwards but that also helps to create an ambiance in a room. This is where he started.However, he also wanted the lamp to offer something more. A specific feature making it stand out ever so slightly from the crowd.

    All Lindvall w124 versions have a handmade shade, of solid copper, brass or steel. The glare–protecting shade and diffuser give the lamp a smooth and pleasant light.The lamp gives an indirect light through the open upper part of the shade, covered by a diffuser. The lamp gives a direct light through the open bottom part of the shade covered by a diffuser.

  • Technical Info

    Small: Ø:24.4 x H: 17.2 cm
    Medium: Ø: 32.8 x H: 20 cm
    Large: Ø: 44.2 x H: 27 cm

    Materials: Lindvall w124 is available in three different materials; Solid copper, brass or steel. The shades are handmade and the whole lamps are hand brushed and mat lacquered. All Lindvall w124 versions have a handmade shade.

    3 m textile cable and ceiling rose included

    Light source: E14 socket (max 40W) - not included

  • Designer
    Jonas Lindvall

    Jonas Lindvall is a Swedish architect and designer. Originally educated as an interior architect at HDK in Gothenburg 1989-1993, he then went on to study furniture design, firstly at Royal College of Art in London and then at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. After finishing his studies he returned to his hometown Malmö were he started his own architecture and design office, Lindvall A&D. As an architect Lindvall came to prominence after his award winning design for the Izakaya Koi restaurant in Sweden earned him the Golden Chair, a prestigious national award given by the Swedish Association of Architects. As a furniture designer he has made several prize winning pieces including the Oak chair which was awarded with the "Furniture of The Year" in 2001. He has also been awarded the "Excellent Swedish Design award" on four separate occasions. In 2004, in an article entitle Wise Buys the influential magazine Wallpaper listed Lindvall as one of three designers that investors should look to as producing tomorrow's most collectible furniture. In 2008 Jonas Lindvall released the Bernard chair, a handcrafted design that was four years in development.

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    • Brass
    • Copper
    • White

  • Delivery

    6-8 weeks
    Made to order item

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