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John Pawson reimagines oil lantern for Wästberg
21 Nov 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Holocene No. 4 reflects Pawson's pared-back style and neutral palette
Photo: Gilbert McCarragher
Swedish lighting company Wästberg has expanded its Holocene collection, with a new addition, Holocene No. 4, designed by acclaimed architect John Pawson.

Reflecting Pawson's pared back style and neutral palette, Holocene No. 4 is a modern twist on a traditional oil lantern. The freestanding lamp is cylindrical in shape, and is made from stainless steel and aluminium. It features a squared off handle and a matte exterior drum with a polished interior, designed to best reflect candle light. It measures 40 cm in height and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

It is the fourth light in the collection, which boasts pieces designed by architects Ilse Crawford, David Chipperfield and Jasper Morrison and eschews electricity in favour of non-electrical light sources.

"Working with Wästberg was a real opportunity to design something I really wanted," says Pawson.

"Lighting is the biggest element of architecture and completely changes one's perceptions of space. I wanted to create something that had its own presence, so that when you set it down it makes its own atmosphere."
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