Description

Designed by Johanna Grawunder for the Italian lighting brand Flos in 2005, Wan C/W is a small and versatile lamp that can be mounted either on the ceiling or the wall. Wan is a Japanese word for a bowl, and the most essential element of the lamp is a bowl-shaped aluminium shade that provides direct light with no glare. The bowl houses a special anti-glare structure consisting of a metallic cylinder and thick safety glass disc attached by a replaceable retaining ring. The lamp is supplied with two different rings: a black and a green one.

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Wan C/W ceiling/wall lamp, black


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Material
Aluminum, glass
Colour
Shiny black
Width
5 cm (top)
Diameter
11,5 cm
Height
8,9 cm
Bulb base
G9
Light source
Max. 33W halogen or 2W LED (not included)
Colour temperature
2700K (LED)
Luminous flux
240lm (LED)
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Fixture
Ceiling/wall
Weight
0,4 kg

Johanna Grawunder

Johanna Grawunder (b. 1961) is an American designer and architect who is famous especially for her awarded lighting designs. Grawunder has studied architecture at the California Polytechnic State University and in Florence, Italy, and in 1985 she moved to Milan to work with Sottsass Associati, where she collaborated with the designer legend Ettore Sottsass. In 2001 she quit at Sottsass Associati and opened two own studios, one in Milan and another in San Francisco. Grawunder’s work includes a broad range of architecture, interior design, public installations, commissions and product design, such as lamps for the Italian brand Flos.

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