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w132 Nendo

A system of parts

With his characteristically playful, minimalist approach, Nendo’s founder Oki Sati has created a simple yet ingenious light solution – w132 Nendo – that is easily transformed by adding, switching and rearranging the various components.

Smooth operator

The shade unit is equipped with two connections – one on top and one below – allowing w132 Nendo to be adapted to any situation. Attaching the wire unit to the top of the shade makes it a pendant lamp, while adding a longer pole to the table version turns it into a floor lamp. For even greater versatility, both standing versions can be lowered and raised with a turn of the adjusting wheel.

Attention to detail

The shade is made with close attention to craftsmanship and detail. w132 Nendo has a satiny smooth finish and a diffuser that provides a soft, pleasant light.

Designer
Oki Sato - Nendo

Born in 1977 in Toronto, Canada. Received M.Arch. from WasedaUniversity, Tokyo in 2002. Established design studio “nendo” in the same year. Activity in the design world has not been limited to any one area but is rather multifarious, spanning from graphic and product design to designing furniture, installations, windows, and interiors, and even reaches into the realm of architecture. Chosen by Newsweek magazine as one of “The 100 Most Respected Japanese” and won many “Designer of the Year” of major awards include from Wallpaper magazine and ELLE DÉCOR magazine. Nendo designs can be found in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, as well as Musee des Arts decoratifs and Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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Gacha gacha coffee, Tokyo. Photography: Takumi Ota.

Gacha gacha coffee, Tokyo. Photography: Takumi Ota.

Gacha gacha coffee, Tokyo. Photography: Takumi Ota.

Private home on Gotland, Sweden. Architects: Skälsö Arkitekter and Ateljé Ö. Photography: Andy Liffner.

Private home on Gotland, Sweden. Architects: Skälsö Arkitekter and Ateljé Ö. Photography: Andy Liffner.