The form of the paper pulp 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 structure – porous, irregular symbolizes soil – dry and cracked – 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.
Globe takes part of a collection of lamps connected by the common name “Copernicus”.
Lamp is in 100 % recycled and eco-friendly.
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