The idea of the Lace Metal lamp comes from the visit of the Swedish manufacturing company Hafla Bruk who works metals on an industrial scale.

Op 1001
Net of expanded mesh with diamond pattern
Finishing Type
Matt painted
Foot Pad
Felt pads

Founded in 1682 it is one of the oldest companies in Sweden and when it was visited by the FUWL they were experimenting with a new technique of production of metal mesh with the dimensions of the holes according to gradient. It seemed very poetic and reminiscent of lace, so the FUWL thought to design a lamp with this material as it had excellent characteristics for a lampshade. The small holes would have covered the light source and then gradually become larger and spread the light in a pleasant way. The result is a metal lamp but with an aspect of lightness and fragility, a very nice contrast and the gradient holes spread the light in a very suggestive way. Another positive aspect in the production of the lamp is that no waste material remains. The colors presented are white and black matt lacquered.
Note 1
white electric feeder cable on white lamp and black on black
ON/OFF foot switch on the cable
available cable length 3,15 mt
Note 2
bulb included “Dulux Circolux” Osram max 24W 220-240V for
lamp holder E27

Form Us With Love

FUWL is an eclectic design studio from Stockholm which the trio of John Löfgren, Jonas Pettersson and Petrus Palmér began in 2005. The avant garde studio aims to challenge the conventional through design initiatives, and their work has been awarded numerous international awards. FUWL is driven by an idea-focused approach to design where experimentation and cross-border projects are encouraged. Important aspects of their philosophy include durability, curiosity and humanism. FUWL is influenced by the Nordic design heritage, but at the same time reinvents it. The result is a kind of tweaked functionalism with love.

Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.