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nendo: illuminated   w132 lamp system for wastberg
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mar 02, 2013
nendo: illuminated w132 lamp system for wastberg


oki sato and magnus wästberg at skridskopaviljongen
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made through the simple assembly of three modular parts: a shade (available in either cone, sphere or cylinder), post and stand,
‘nendo w132′ has the ability to transform into a variety of lighting fixtures. attaching a wire unit to the shade results in a pendant lamp,
and affixing a longer pole to the table version, allows it to function as a floor stand– their height and form easily changed by adding
and rearranging the components. the lamp covers themselves can be used either in the conventional way to diffuse light,
or turned upside-down to act as a container for storing small personal items.

 

designed by nendo for wästberg, a company based in in helsingborg, skåne, sweden, the collection debuted in the form of ‘illuminated’,
an installation showcasing the variations of the lighting objects, presented within the skeppesholmen hotel’s skridskopaviljongen
during the 2013 stockholm furniture fair.

 

 


an installation showcasing the lighting object’s formal variations
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the installation offered a look at the ways in which the shades could be positioned, either to diffuse light or flipped to function as containers
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oki sato of nendo

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installation showcasing the individual components of the w132 lamp
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each lamp is made up of eight different parts

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the exhibition’s skeppesholmen hotel
venue
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the lamp is available in four different shade typologies

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white cone table lamp

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white cylindrical pendant version

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blue sphere lamp shade

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the simple addition of a pole transforms the table lamp into a floor lamp
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