Marfa w161 table lamp

Presented: Orgatec 2016, Cologne
Stylepark-ID: 04.5923.00037
Categories: Interior lightingTable lamps
Product description

For their architectural project, the inde / jacobs gallery building in Marfa Texas, Claesson Koivisto Rune designed and developed in collaboration with Wästberg, a task light for Mr Vilis Inde’s gallery desk. The small town of Marfa is best known as the home of artist Donald Judd and where he bought several buildings and turned them into permanent installations of minimalist art. A lamp for an art gallery should do its job and not steal any attention. 

The w161 Marfa Lamp, a LED task light, is made out of one piece of anodized or lacquered aluminium, folded three times. When seen from the side, the lamp is merely a thin line. Minimal expression. Maximum ef ciency in material, production, light and energy consumption. The lamp is as well available as a wall-mounted reading light.

Stand/ mounting with footplate
Diffuser/reflector shape circular
Width 28.4 mm
Height 42.7 mm
Material aluminium
Colors black
shades of blue
shades of grey
gold / brass