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Table Lamp JWDA, Concrete

by Jonas Wagell
$250

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Overview

The JWDA Table Lamp in Concrete is part of a serie of lamps inspired by traditional oil lamps of the past, designed by Stockholm-based designer Jonas Wagell for Danish brand MENU. Simplified to its essence, the JWDA is a minimalist lamp with a strong visual impact. Jonas Wagell successfully blends the delicate opal glass and the raw concrete into a beautiful little lamp. The brass button adds a touch of sohpistication. On a side table, a shelf or a nightstand, the JWDA Table Lamp will provide a soft and warm light. Its G9 frosted bulb is made of mouthblown opal glass. The designer says “My design work is focused on functional items rather than artistic objects. I appreciate products that can be used every day and become part of people’s lives”.

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

JWDA Table Lamp, Concrete, by Jonas Wagell for MENU
- Modern minimalist design
- Concrete, Brass Knob, White Cord, Opal Glass
- H 11.4"" X ∅ 6.7", Cord length 78.7"
- 40W Halogen G9 bulb included
- Not compatible with dimmable LED bulbs
- Dimmable
- Plug-in
- Indoor use
- Made in China


Specifications

MATERIALS
Concrete Base, Brass dimmer, Mouth-blown Opal Glass Bulb, Textile Cord
BULB AND SOCKET
1X 40W 120V Looped JC Halogen bulb (1 included), G9 Bi-pin
MAXIMUM WATTAGE
40W
Voltage
120V
POWER SOURCE
Plug-in
Dimmer
Knob Dial dimmer
CERTIFICATION
UL Listing Not Available
Care
DIMENSIONS
H 11.4" 6.7" Cord L 78.7"
Weight
2.9 lbs
SHIPPING DIMENSIONS
1 box 14"x7"x12"

Designer

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.”