Bright Paper

Swedish design trio Claesson, Koivisto and Rune present their second product entirely made of Durapulp, and is only getting better.
Paper lamp

Paper and light isn't a new pairing, in fact paper has been used since ever for making lamp shades; but the Lamp paper by Claesson, Koivisto and Rune for Sodra is a completely different story. Why? Because the swedish creative group uses paper to build the entire structure of the lamp, not just a shade. 
Getting the best out of Durapulp, a fully recyclable material made of paper and renewable biopolymer (PLA), they generate a tridimensional origami-like structure that integrates the wiring, which is laid between the different layers of paper and merged together by a hot-pressing process.
The result is beautiful in many ways: lightweight, intelligent, sustainable, performing and appealing. I love design when is capable of delivering such holistic products.

Paper lamp

Paper lamp

Paper lamp
 Paper lamp

Paper lamp 
Company: Sodra
Year: 2010
Materials: Durapulp

See also last year's Parupu chair.


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