Called Sempé w103, it features a hand-spun aluminium shade supported by a thin steel tube, attached to a clamp or cast base.
Wästberg are also launching a brass and rubber lamp by architect David Chipperfield at the fair - see our earlier story
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The Stockholm Furniture Fair continues until 13 February. See all our stories about Stockholm 2010 in our special category.
Here's some more information from Wästberg:
Wästberg to launch collaboration with Inga Sempé
At the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2010, Wästberg will launch a lighting fixture developed in collaboration with French designer Inga Sempé.
This elementary lamp is meant to be as simple and solid as a nail or a push pin. As with traditional tool machine lighting, the mechanics are sturdy and long-lasting, with the aim of improving classical industrial elements: the clamp is inverted to offer a better way of using it. The lamp mixes solidity and lightness: a thin beam joins the two opposite pieces of the lamp: the heavy cast foot to a delicate shade. Its silhouette and its various positions bring to mind a small umbrella
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