The lamp w171 Alma was designed for a co-working project in Stockholm, called Alma. The duo of Swedish designers Tham & Videgård were responsible for arranging the five floors and the lighting of the building with Wästberg. The shape of the w171 Alma lamp reminds the concentric circles that form on the surface of the water. The matte satin finish completes the soft shape of the lamp, giving a pleasant atmosphere to the room, even in daylight.
Available in grey white or signal white, the w171 Alma exists in pendant, ceiling lamp and wall lamp. Alone or in a group, it's easy to adapt its fine silhouette for private and public spaces. The light image of concentric circles can be varied depending on the choice of light source in the E27 socket.
Dimensions Ø69 cm
Light source included 1 x E27
Cord lenght 300 cm
Tham & Videgård are based in Stockholm, Sweden, and directed by co-founders and lead architects Bolle Tham (b.1970) and Martin Videgård (b.1968). Since the start in 1999 the practice has attracted attention for its many innovative built works developed with inspiration from the specifics of each site. Tham & Videgård's projects have won several national and international awards and twice the Kasper Salin Prize in 2008 and 2015 for best new architecture in Sweden.