Wan is a Japanese word for bowl. The most essential of all containers, in its many forms and materials, in every cultures and historical periods, is perhaps the object of mankind. Wan is a bowl of light.Read More...
Wan is a Japanese word for bowl. The most essential of all containers, in its many forms and materials, in every cultures and historical periods, is perhaps the object of mankind. Wan is a bowl of light.
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|Dimensions||:||Pendant Diameter: 4.52 inch, Pendant Height: 3.50 inch, Max Reach from Ceiling to Pendant: 113.50 inch|
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|Name||Wan Suspension Lamp|
|Product Code||F9560050 HAL|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||0.6 Kg|
|Dimensions||Pendant Diameter: 4.52 inch, Pendant Height: 3.50 inch, Max Reach from Ceiling to Pendant: 113.50 inch|
|Cord Length||Max 2.79 Meter|
|Material||Aluminum body, Low glare shield. Provided by two different ring due to block the safety tempered glass, in black and green.|
ohanna Grawunder, born in San Diego, California in 1961, graduated in 1984 from California Politecnic State University in San Luis Obispo with a bachelor of Architecture degree. She completed her final year of studies in Florence, Italy and in 1985 moved to Milan as a designer and architect based in Milan, Italy and San Francisco. She worked with Sottsass Associati from 1985-2001, becoming a partner in 1989. There she was involved primarily with Architecture and interiors, co-designing with Ettore Sottsass, many of the firm's most prestigious projects. In 2001 she left Sottsass Associati and opened her own studio in San Francisco and Milan. Her works span a broad range of projects and scales, from architecture and interiors, to limited edition furniture and lights for various galleries in Europe and the USA. She also collaborates on products with a few select companies including Flos, Boffi, B&B, and Salviati among others.View All Products