Paper mache lamp Morphe IPendant Lighting
It is the name of a new series of paper mache lamps. The term, derived from Greek, means “shape”. Their “morphe” can have many connotations with the zoomorphic or amorphous forms like eggs, amoebas, oblong stones riddled by sea waves. The name perfectly matches the form of the lamps / objects. Their smooth and oval surface is accentuated by irregular recesses, unique wrinkles in each of the lamps. These elements give the lamps a certain uniqueness and exclusivity.
Morphe lamps, except from the practical function, can be an essential element of any interior decor. Color and unusual shape will make the space original, unique and friendly. Lamps are available in several colors obtained from natural pigments. The material used in their production is paper which was obtained from the recycling of old newspapers and ecological, certified water based glue. All these components, as well as the process of lamp formation, are environmentally friendly and ecological. Morphe lamps are very lightweight and durable.
Meet Crea-Re Studio at London Design Fair on Stand K01 in Hall T5.
The Fair will take place 21–24 September 2017
at the Old Truman Brewery,
26 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QL, UK.
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