Weight 6 kg
Canopy height 4 cm
Canopy length 49 cm
Canopy width 5 cm
Shade height 6 cm
Shade length 120 cm
Shade width 7.5 cm
Total cable and wires length 6 m


Diffuser material Polycarbonate
Shade finish Metal Matt Black
Shade material Mirror polished and matt lacquered stainless steel
Wire material Stainless steel


Approximate led life-time 35000 hours
Canopy included Yes
Certifications CE, IP20, Class II
Colour temperature 3000 K
Dimmer included Yes
Energy class A++ – A
Light bulbs included built-in LEDs
Lummens 1500 lm
Suitable for contract use No
Suitable for outdoor use No
Voltage 220-240V – 50HZ
Wattage 28 W
Year of design 2017

Drawing his inspiration from the world of art and fashion, Andreas Bozarth Fornell creates simple, streamlined designs you would enjoy sharing a space with.

Initially trained as a cabinetmaker, Fornell apprenticed with an architect when fate stepped in. He landed a juicy job as the in-house architect for the Swedish fashion brand Acne, designing the interiors for their riveting retail shops in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Melbourne. Where he merged different materials with inherent colour qualities to create amazing spaces imbued with atmosphere. “Art is my inspiration,” says Fornell. “With art comes freedom from functionality. At the same time, I’m attracted to functionality. Not design for the sake of design. But objects you can really use in a design you would enjoy looking at – and having in your life.”

Andreas Bozarth Fornell

Andreas Bozarth Fornell is a Stockholm-based architect with a background in designing interiors for a number of fashion brands including Acne Studios. Fornell is enthralled with the idea of art and ambiance, and is keen on experimenting with the innate properties of materials to create concepts that are relevant and riveting.

Fornell ABF1 for &Tradition pushed the creative envelope in a simple, streamlined lamp that does more than illuminate, by venturing into the art of atmosphere.

Craft meets art. Function meets form. Material meets potential.