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JWDA Floor Lamp

by Jonas Wagell

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The JWDA Floor lamp by Jonas Wagell is the latest addition to the series. Inspired by traditional oil lamps, the JWDA Floor Lamp takes the expression of the collection’s table lamp to elegant new heights. Pared back to its purest form, the lamp is a study in the contrasts of natural materials: set on a substantial marble base, rounded at the edges for a soft expression, the elegant tubular metal stem, available in brushed or bronzed solid brass, holds an elliptical opal glass shade that emits a soft, ambient light. A brass dimmer switch controls the brightness of the bulb, for reading or relaxing, or simply to create ambiance in a room. Conveying a sense of familiarity and warmth, the JWDA Floor Lamp illuminates any setting with bold elegance.

Audo Copenhagen collaborates with international designers to produce high quality design with a modern, soft minimalist look.

JWDA Floor Lamp, by Jonas Wagell for Audo Copenhagen
- Modern design inspired by heritage
- Brushed brass fittings, beige Travertine stone, mouth blown opal glass shade
- Frame: H 59" x Diameter 9", Shade: Diameter 15.4"
- Dimmer knob on base
- Light Source: E26, 110V, 8W (included)
- 700 Lumens, 2200K, CRI 80
- ETL certified



Jonas Wagell
Jonas Wagell

Jonas Wagell is a Swedish architect and designer born in 1973. Wagell’s studio JWDA was founded in 2008 and is located in the Old Town of Stockholm. Jonas Wagell is trained in graphic design, furniture design and architecture at schools including Konstfack University College of Arts and Crafts and Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm, as well as Parsons School of Design in New York City. The studio’s architecture work is perhaps most widely known for the prefab house concept Mini House (2007-2012), early recognized by Wallpaper* Magazine which named Wagell one of the “world’s 50 hottest young architects” in 2008. Today Jonas Wagell's work is primarily focused on product and furniture design: “My design is focused on functional items rather than artistic objects. I appreciate products that can be used everyday and be a part of people’s lives. I believe affection and emotion is more important than exclusivity and expensive materials. My aim is to create simplistic objects that are easy to understand and use, but try to add something personal and expressive. I've come to call this philosophy generous minimalism.”