wastberg's aluminum LED lamps provide flexible light and USB power wastberg's aluminum LED lamps provide flexible light and USB power
sep 21, 2015

wastberg's aluminum LED lamps provide flexible light and USB power

wastberg’s aluminum LED lamps provide flexible light and USB power
all images courtesy of wastberg




with mobile technology surrounding us more every day, charging needs are becoming an addictive priority. home furniture can help. this metamorphosis is a chance to establish better possibilities for the meeting point between furniture and electronics. wastberg affirms the way we live with the ‘industrial facility w152’ lamp that not only supplies light, but also power to charge our swelling amount of electronic devices. it provides universal power to three USB outlets, detecting charging requirements and managing them at their fastest rate –  no matter how many variable devices are plugged in. 

wastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-02the lamp has built in for tables




it can be supplied either as a freestanding or wall mountable lamp or with a built-in surface option. the base is made from durable and recyclable forged aluminum with an anodized finish available in black or natural aluminum. light is provided by a six watt LED that shines 550 lumen. the wastberg ‘industrial facility w152’ is being launched at  2015 london design festival

wastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-03 the six watt LED inside shines 500-lumen wastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-04 the series comes in two lamp head shapes wastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-05 ideal for bedside tables wastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-06 the ‘industrial facility w152’ can be wall mountedwastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-07 small base can be planted anywherewastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-08 it can charge up to three deviceswastberg-industrial-facility-w152-lamp-london-design-festival-designboom-09 lamps come in either black or natural aluminum





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