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.

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.

In 2023, Wästberg updated the w103 range with new lighting solutions as well as a new colour palette. This model is an older, discontinued version.

w103 Sempé b table lamp, beige red


$544.00 $680.00


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Shade: aluminium, arm: iron, base: steel
Beige red

Inga Sempé

Inga Sempé (b. 1968) is a French designer who graduated from ENSCI-Les Ateliers (French National Institute for Advanced Studies in Industrial Design, Paris) in 1993. She has designed furniture, lighting, objects and fabrics for companies such as Cappellini, Luceplan, Ligne Roset, Alessi, Svensk Tenn, Wästberg, Hay and Magis. Sempé's designs have been exhibited extensively across the world, and she has won several international design awards including the Grand Prix de la Création de la ville de Paris, a design prize awarded by the City of Paris, in 2003 and the Red Dot Design Award in 2007.

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