Classic with a twist – that’s the aim of the JWDA Lamp for MENU. The form is inspired by the oil lamps of former times, however with a simplified and organic shape. The design blends the delicate and the raw into a beautiful little table lamp on a brass or steel base and with a brass button.
The Swedish architect and designer, Jonas Wagell, was born in 1973. Though Wagell’s studio is based in downtown Stockholm, his collaborative relations stretch as far as China and North America. His work has become known for its simplistic playfulness, representing clever compact living. Jonas Wagell is a professional graphic designer who is also skilled within marketing, product design and architecture. He has attended schools such as Konstfack, Beckmans and Berghs in Stockholm and Parsons in New York City.
The JWDA Lamp provides a soft and cosy light. It is supplied with a G9 frosted bulb, adjustable by the flick of a hand. This feature also allows you to decide the type of ambience you prefer in your room. This type of lamp looks great in any room; and it can be used on a side table, by the window or on the office desk. This is, indeed, tremendously eye-catching, yet truly simple design at its best.
- Jonas Wagell
- Glass, Stainless Steel and Brass
- Length: 17 cm / 6.7 inch
- Width: 17 cm / 6.7 inch
- Height: 4.5 cm / 11.4 inch
- Cord Length: 198.1 cm / 78 inch
- 4.5W LED, 2700K, G9 Socket
- Bulb included
- Metal knob functions as switch and dimmer
- Cord: 6.5 feet, black, fabric
- US plug, Metal knob functions as switch and dimmer
- Made with UL approved parts
Based in Fredensborg, Denmark, MENU is a design company collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world. They deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. They call it Soft Minimalism. Obsessed with clever solutions and functional details, each new Menu product always has a new function, a new material or a new production method. That originality makes each product a true Menu product.
They are passionate, original and responsible. Using local factories or small private co-operatives Menu can produce good, high quality products and at the same time provide the people involved in the production with a better economic foundation.