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Sempé w103 by Inga Sempé for Wästberg

Stockholm 2010: Swedish company Wästberg present an LED desk lamp by French designer Inga Sempé at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, which opens today.

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

More about Wästberg on Dezeen:

2009 collection (February 2009)
Michael Young for Wästberg (February 2009)
Wästberg launches (February 2008)


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