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w171 Alma

Sculptural shadow play

Based on the graceful curve of a rotated sine wave, w171 Alma is discreet yet fascinating with its sculptural feel and soft contrasts between light and shadow.

w171 Alma
458 EUR

Incl. 25% VAT

Art. No. 171S19003

Delivery time 6-8 weeks.

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Craftsmanship

Behind the deceptively simple curves lies real craftsmanship, using artfully formed aluminium to capture the smooth waves. The satin matte finish makes w171 Alma intriguing even in daylight, with its concentric circles of shadow and light.

Slim silhouette

With its slender proportions, w171 Alma takes up little visual space, making it an ideal lighting solution for areas with low ceilings.

Solitary– or a floating ceiling

Suspended from the ceiling, it performs beautifully as a solitary as well as in a group –even to create an entire floating ceiling of light. 

Track compatible

Compatible with all major light track systems (adapter not included).

Designer
Tham & Videgård

Tham & Videgård are based in Stockholm, Sweden, and directed by co-founders and lead architects Bolle Tham (b.1970) and Martin Videgård (b.1968). Since the start in 1999 the practice has attracted attention for its many innovative built works developed with inspiration from the specifics of each site. Tham & Videgård's projects have won several national and international awards and twice the Kasper Salin Prize in 2008 and 2015 for best new architecture in Sweden.

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Technical specifications

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Luminous intensity distribution (polar)

w171 Alma signal white

Luminous flux: 660 lm Efficacy: 94 lm / W


Physical


Mounting

Article-specific information


Material

Shade: aluminium
Ceiling / wall bracket: steel
Canopy: polyamide


Colour

Article-specific information


Net weight

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Operation

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IP-rating

20



LED


Light source

1 x E27 socket — light source included


Life time expectancy

15,000 h


Colour temperature (CCT)

2700 K


Colur Rendering Index (CRI)

≥ 80


Replaceable light source by end-user



Electronics


Watt

Max. 12 W LED


Voltage

220-240 V


Light control

Article-specific information


Insulation class

II



Packaging


Dimensions

L77 × W78 × H8 cm (0.05 m3)


Gross weight

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Article specifications
Version
Model
Mounting
Operation
Light control
 
Colour
Signal white (RAL 9003)
Grey white (RAL 9002)

w171 Alma s

s
Suspension
Canopy - included
External
Phase-cut dim
 
Art. No.
171S19003
171S19002

w171 Alma c/w

c/w
Ceiling / wall
Bracket - included
External
Phase-cut dim
 
Art. No.
171C/W19003
171C/W19002

w171 Alma w

w
Wall
Bracket - included
Dimmer switch on cord
Dimmable
 
Art. No.
171W19003
171W19002

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Reference images

SMRT Headquarters in Singapore with more than 300 x w171 Alma suspended from the ceilings. Interior Architecture: Farm, Furniture and Lighting: Gabriel Tan Design. Photography: KHOOGJ

SMRT Headquarters in Singapore with more than 300 x w171 Alma suspended from the ceilings. Interior Architecture: Farm, Furniture and Lighting: Gabriel Tan Design. Photography: KHOOGJ

SMRT Headquarters in Singapore with more than 300 x w171 Alma suspended from the ceilings. Interior Architecture: Farm, Furniture and Lighting: Gabriel Tan Design. Photography: KHOOGJ

Alma members’ club and private workspace in Stockholm. Photography: Åke E:son Lindman.

Alma members’ club and private workspace in Stockholm. Photography: Åke E:son Lindman.

Alma members’ club and private workspace in Stockholm. Photography: Åke E:son Lindman.

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.

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

Stenhöga office building, Solna strand, Stockholm. Architects: Tham & Videgård.

Stenhöga office building, Solna strand, Stockholm. Architects: Tham & Videgård.

Bonniers Konsthall café och entrérum, arkitekt Tham & Videgård 2021. Fotograf Åke E:son Lindman.

Bonniers Konsthall café och entrérum, arkitekt Tham & Videgård 2021. Fotograf Åke E:son Lindman.