Inga Sempé continues to explore the world of lighting with an amazing collaboration with the Swedish company Wästberg. Since 2010, the french creative has designed luminaires for Wästberg that bring forth new ways of looking and experiencing luminosity within the domestic environment with unique floor lamps.
Last year, on the occasion of the 2016 Stockholm furniture and light fair, Sempé debuts ‘Lampyre’ and expands her previous ‘w013’ series with a modular floor lamp version.
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The ‘w103s’ series was originally conceived as a table lamp. Taking on the aesthetic of traditional tool machine lighting, it is defined by a silhouette that brings to mind the image of a small umbrella.
Sempé then transposed the design into a pendant version which could be composed as single or multiple hanging shades, suspended or attached on a rail for linear arrangements or polygonal configurations.
Now, Sempé brings forth a modular floor version to complete the ‘w103’ range. The standing edition comes with interchangeable table elements providing an extra surface to place a book, or cup of tea; and has a vertical shaft that can be moved up and down so that users can easily adjust the height of the lighting according to their needs.
Another bonus is that more than one lamp shade can screwed into the top at a straight or tilted position, offering a controllable brilliance; and components of various colors can be mixed and matched to create a unique lighting experience.
Lampyre’ on the other hand, takes on a formal and material approach that differs from the sleek aluminium ‘w103’ collection. Instead, ‘lampyre’ is more robust in its presence, taking on a the iconic shape of a lamp.
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