Dalston Lamp by Industrial Facility

February 24th, 2016 by retail design blog

London design studio Industrial Facility has used the shapes of lights found in warehouses across the UK capital as references for a lamp produced by Swedish brand Wästberg. The LED module of the w162 Dalston lamp is made from anodised die-cast aluminium, which acts as a heat-sink to help dissipate warmth generated by the light. The shade and the bulb mount are two separate pieces, allowing the pendant to be lifted up and changed when needed.

Glass and metal shades come in three different sizes, and a choice of over 1,000 colour combinations makes the design “the most customisable lamp” the studio has ever created. The design is named after the Dalston area of east London, which is home to numerous warehouses that have gradually been converted into residential properties as the locale gentrified.

http://www.dezeen.com/2016/02/22/w162-dalston-industrial-facility-wastberg-lamp-lighting-stockholm-design-week/

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