Inga Sempé was born in Paris. She graduated at Les Ateliers - ENSCI in 1993 and worked with Marc Newson in Paris after her graduation, then collaborated for a couple of years with Andrée Putman. Sempé opened her own studio in 2000 and focuses on furniture design, lighting, objects and fabrics.
She has worked with manufacturers such as Luceplan, Cappellini, Edra, Ligne Roset, Moustache and Gärsnäs. She lives and works in Paris, has exhibited extensively across the world and has a number of international design awards to her name.
The W163 Lampyre Table Lamp by Inga Sempé for Wästberg is crafted from opaline glass and offers a diffuse glow that is spread equally from base to tip.
Wästberg's Sempé w103 table lamp is meant to be as simple and solid as a nail or a push pin, mixing solidity with lightness and a deft touch of colour.
Wästberg's Sempé w103 pendant light is meant to be as simple and solid as a nail or a push pin, mixing solidity with lightness and a deft touch of colour.