This series of lamps refers to the birth of a fresh and new structure

The form of this lamp resembles a flower in different stages of development. The light comes through the porous surface of the cup and creates soft shadows around the room, complementing the decor of the interior and completely transforming its atmosphere. To create this series of lamps, the designer was inspired by the sketchbook – Herbarium of a Polish artist and writer Stanisław Wyspiański.


  • Dims: 50 x 50cm diameter (please inquire for custom sizes)
  • Color: Charcoal (please inquire for other color choices)
  • Materials: 100 % recycled and eco-friendly, handmade from paper waste and cellulosic, water based glue
  • Each paper pulp lamp is different and unique
  • Handmade in Spain

Our designer makes pulp from newspapers, which flood us with information every day. The content of daily news is slowly digested, and at the end of the day land forgotten in the waste basket. This conglomeration of unwanted, chewed up information has become a base to create something new, beautiful, and lasting.


The paper used for this creation was destroyed, broken into tiny pieces, then transformed into a whole new material entity by a technique using hot temperature. The "new" paper can be shaped in many different ways and in its final form brings an association with nature, its source. Handmade in Spain.

Delivery time: 2-4 weeks 

Comments: Due to natural materials and handmade production, product may vary slightly from the one pictured.