What’s new: Wästberg’s Sempé table lamp

The luminaire series, designed by Inga Sempé, combines durability, beauty and versatility.

Wästberg w103 Sempé b table lamp, beige red
Wästberg's Sempé table lamp is suitable for both the office desk and the reading nook in the living room.

WÄSTBERG’S Sempé table lamp was named after its designer, the French Inga Sempé. Made of metal, the minimalist luminaire borrows its form from a push pin and, perhaps a little less obviously, from traditional machine tool lighting used in the metal industry.

Wästberg  w103 Sempé b table lamp, jet black
The arm and shade of the Sempé table lamps are adjustable.
Wästberg  w103 Sempé b table lamp, reed green
The w103 Sempé table lamp is available in green, beige red, black and white.
Wästberg w103 Sempé s3 pendant, traffic white
In addition to table lamps, the Sempé collection includes also pendants in several colors.

The Sempé table lamp looks simultaneously weighty and light both in terms of materials and aesthetics: the luminaire consists of a curved shade in aluminium and a metal arm that is slimmer at the bottom, as well as a sturdy base decorated with a cleat.

Both the arm and the shade can be adjusted to suit the space and purpose. A clamp-mounted version of the luminaire is also available.

See also:

All lighting by Wästberg >
More designs by Inga Sempé >

Text: Design Stories Images: Wästberg

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