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Wall lamp Catellani & Smith Wa W Mod.A

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“I was at the Frankfurt Trade Fair, presenting my new collection developed using LED circuits. I saw a Japanese lady pointing at my lamps and repeatedly saying “wa wa”. I went towards her and when I curiously asked her the reason, she told me “wa” meant “perfect”. I was touched and thanked her; I looked at the lamp, which was still nameless, and decided to call it “Wa Wa”. At the same time minimalist and timeless, the wall lamp Wa W allies delicacy and poetry in an ultra technological creation. Extremely discreet when it is switched off, Wa W shows himself spectacular once switched on: it throws on the wall a halo of light which gives substance to the fine structure. Wa W allies energy saving and performance of lighting. Thanks to the LED technology, the lighting is functional without being brilliant. Wa W assures a discreet presence in all types of environments.

Wall lamp
Light source: Interchangeable LED 1x1W / rated output 1W 350mA / energy class A+ / lumen 100 / K 2700 / CRI 80
Material: Metal structure and flex - Copper stick - Magnet, removable glass lens
Dimensions: H max 25 cm variabile - Variable ledge 27 cm - Flex Ø 0,4x25 cm - Lens Ø 20 mm / H max 9.84” variabile - Variable ledge 10.63” - Flex Ø 0.16”x9.84” - Lens Ø 0.79”

Additional Information

Additional Information

Dimensions H max 25 cm variabile - Variable ledge 27 cm - Flex Ø 0,4x25 cm - Lens Ø 20 mm / H max 9.84” variabile - Variable ledge 10.63” - Flex Ø 0.16”x9.84” - Lens Ø 0.79”
Material Glass, Metal
Country of Manufacture Italy


Catellani & Smith

Catellani & Smith

Carlo Catellani was born in Parma 1960. In 1973 he graduated from Junior High School and after 2 years of professional school he started his career as a blacksmith by working as an apprentice in a workshop in Fornovo. Logan Smith was born in Notting Hill - London on 1931. He graduated in Architecture from Cambridge on 1954. He loved the world of horses and specialized in the renovation of race tracks and horse clubs. In 1981 he produced his greatest project, the “Tambourine Bluefran Horses Club” in Kentucky. He always steered clear of design. Then the two met at Baleari Islands in the Summer of 1985 for the “Gin Votaries International Meeting” and the extraordinary euphoria of those evenings gave rise to the idea of designing and producing decorative lamps and everyday objects. Starting from the name: Catellani’s name is Enzo, Carlo is his father. Logan Smith is not an architect but Enzo Catellani’s race horse. The idea of printing a fictitious biography is a provocation that perfectly describes the ironic attitude of Enzo Catellani towards the self-referential world of a certain kind of design.
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Enzo Catellani

Enzo Catellani

The Italian designer Enzo Catellani founded the small company "Catellani & Smith", which designs and produces lights. Shortly after his first catalogue "oggetti senza tempo" is available. With the collections "Turciu" and "Albero della Luce" he started producing lights with different long flexing arms, which allow the buyer many options to design and style individually. In 1995 he designs the "Luce d´Oro" series. Lights as "Macchina della Luce" takes centre stage of this collection. In 1997 Enzo Catellani creates the "Stchu-Moon" series. He designs "Luce Nera" in 2000 and the "Out Collection" with the lights "Fil de Fer", "Luna Nel Pozzo" and "Luce Che Dipinge" in 2002. Enzo Catellani designs these lights using his ingenious intuition and enjoying the experiment.
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