Celling / wall lamps & pendants

design Johanna Grawunder, 2005

Johanna Grawunder's Wan ceiling lights and pendants combine design simplicity with state-of-the-art optical technology. The word Wan comes from the Japanese « cup », which metaphorically receives light, therefore life. 

Available as a ceiling light or pendant Wan is made of polished aluminum and has two rings that secure the glare-free shield glass to the base of the diffuser.

Size Ø11,5 x H8,9 cm – 2,8 m cord for the Wan pendant

Light source 1 x HSGS G9 

Wall / Ceiling lamp – White

Wall / Ceiling lamp – Black

Pendant – White

Pendant – Black

Johanna Grawunder

Johanna Grawunder, born in 1961 in San Diego and a graduate of the Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo, is an American designer architect based in Milan and San Francisco.

In 1985, she moved to Milan and worked with Sottsass Associati from 1985 to 2001. She became a partner in 1989. At Studio Sottsass, she was in charge of interior and architecture projects, signing with Ettore Sottsass, a large number of studio projects.

She left Sottsass Associati in 2001 and opened her own studio between San Francisco and Milan. Her work covers a wide spectrum ranging from large scale public installations to limited edition furniture and lighting production. She draws for companies like Flos, Boffi and Glasitalia among others.