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Globe refers to the shape of the Earth. Its porous and irregular structure symbolises soil – dry and cracked. This lovely lamp is handcrafted from pulped newspapers.
Fitting in any contemporary environment, the lamp comes in 7 colors.
Globe lamp refers to the shape of the Earth.
Its “nucleus”, the source of light, brings it to life. When enabled, we’ll see a glowing and full of light planet. Its porous and irregular structure that symbolises dry and cracked soil, was inspired by the paintings of Polish Grupa Nowohucka.
The material used for its creation – paper– is being destroyed, broken into tiny pieces, which, in hot temperature again links into a new, completely different entity. “Paper” can be later shaped in many different ways and in its final form brings an association with nature, its source. Paper mache Globe lamp takes part of a collection of lamps connected by the common name “Copernicus”.
Very lightweight and durable, paper maché is handcrafted entirely from pulped newspapers and from ecologic, water based glue. In conclusion all these components, as well as the process of lamp formation, are environmentally friendly and ecological.
Globe was shown at the London Design Fair in 2014. Features in Usta Magazine, Archiproducts, Vogue and Elle Decoration.