The Nendo Spehre w132s is a pendant lamp which represents the outcome of its individual parts. What sounds so natural, turns out to be the design feature of the lamp by Wästberg.
Part of the series of luminaires is a table Lamp, a floor lamp and a pendant lamp which are made of similar constructional elements and only differ partly in their structure.
The minimalist lamps, created by the Japanese studio Nendo for the manufacturer Wästberg, are available with three different archetypal forms of lampshades: a cylinder, a cone and a hemisphere. Through the middle of each lampshade runs a rod-shaped holder where the power supply is placed: whereas the pendant lamp has its power cable on the upper end, the supply of the table and floor lamp is mounted on the lower end. Above all, the table and floor lamp only differ in length of the height adjustable light rod (by screw). Brilliantly simple and absolutely reduce - that fits almost all components of the lamp series
As a small detail, the diffusor hides in the inner of the lampshade which spreads the directly downwards emitted light in a non-dazzling, soft and pleasant way.
Thanks to the clear, geometrical design language, the Sphere w132s3 can be positioned almost anywhere - both in the living room and public buildings.
If requested, there are also the floor lamp as well as further colours and lampshade versions (Cone and Cylinder) of the pendant lamp available.