Living room lighting
Holocene No. 4: John Pawson takes the notion of the oil lantern and reduces it to its absolute essence in terms of function, form and palette: a container for fire, to be carried or suspended. Developed in collaboration with John Pawson. Photography: Gilbert McCarragher.
w151 Extra large pendant in the New York office of Hem. Developed in collaboration with Claesson Koivisto Rune. Available in three different cone shapes and in a choice of three colours. The light is available in two different colour temperatures – 2700 K or 3000 K. Photography: Brian Ferry.
w202 Halo serves as an homage to the classic light bulb, combining its timeless unity of light and form with modern technology. The bulb and shade – both crafted from mouth-blown opaline glass – work together to create a gentle downward-directed light as well as a beautiful luminous glow of atmospheric light. w202 Halo comes in three different versions, all available in our web shop. Developed in collaboration with David Chipperfield. Photography: #simonmenges