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Wireless lamp – Table lamp – Pendant – Floor lamp

Jonas Wegell

The JWDA lamp combines the delicacy of the mouth-blown opaline glass lampshade with the robustness of its metal or marble base. Available in 5 finishes for the table lamp and 2 finishes for the suspension, its industrial design completely renews a room. Its brightness can be adjusted according to your needs thanks to its dimmer, located on the base of the table lamp and the suspension. This lamp will be ideal to accompany you in an office, a living room, or even a bedroom.

wireless lamp

Light source G9 dimmable – suitable for outdoors – bulb not included

Materials steel Dimensions H21,5 x Ø14,5 cm

Alabaster white

Dusty Green


table lamp

Light source G9 Dimmable 220V cord 200 cm – bulb not included
Concrete and Steel lamp H29 x Ø17 cm Marble lamp H32 x Ø19cm

 Calacatta Viola Pink Marble

White Carrara Marble


Brushed brass

Black steel


Alabaster White

Ammonite Grey


Light source G9 Dimmable 4.5W 15000 hours – bulb included
Dimensions H33,5 xx Ø23 cm

Polished brass

Floor lamp

Light source E27 Dimmable 8W - bulb included
Dimensions H150 x Ø39/28 cm


White Carrara Marble

Jonas Wagell

Jonas Wagell is a Swedish architect and designer born in 1973. His studio – JWDA – was founded in 2008 and is located in the old town of Stockholm. His recent clients and projects range from Scandinavia to China, Italy and North America. The studio's architectural work is perhaps best known for the Mini House prefab home concept, first recognized by Wallpaper* Magazine, which named Wagell one of the "world's 50 hottest young architects" in 2008.

Today, the work is mainly focused on product and furniture design, but sometimes the studio also consults in artistic direction. Jonas Wagell studied graphic design and printing, project management, communication, furniture design and architecture at schools including Konstfack University College of Arts and Crafts, Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm, and the Parsons School of Design in New York.