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Artecnica 360 Lamp Light Deep Jungle

Artecnica 360 Lamp Light Deep Jungle

Regular price $169.00 AUD
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Immerse yourself in the splendour of nature with this stunning lampshade, which captures the essence of the jungle through intricate laser cut patterns and a subtle smoked edge. Adorned with a variety of animals, this ivory coloured bound paper lamp exudes the beauty and vitality of their natural habitat. Experience the wonder of this book-like light, masterfully crafted to add a touch of luxury and majesty to any space.

Lighting cord not included and sold separately. Alternatively, it can be hard wired into a ceiling outlet.

Dimension:
Top 23 cm
Low 38 cm
Height 26.5 cm

Materials:
Paper, PET

Additional Information:

Pendant Lamp in finely laser cut ivory colour paper
Designed by Yusuke Oono
Maximum lamp rating is 60 watt incandescent or equivalent LED. Torpedo shape bulb, Electrical cord sold separately.
Features: pendant or table applications.

Artecnica

Artecnica is a Los Angeles based design company that collaborates with the most established and emerging international designers to create inspiring decorative objects for the living environment.

Alongside such talented designers as Tord Boontje, Hella Jongerius and the Campana brothers, they continue to explore vibrant, colourful ways of expressing compelling ideas and bringing delight and discovery to everyday design.

Artecnica is committed to considering issues of environmental sustainability and responsible manufacturing. Products are often made with recycled materials and transported in easy-ship flat packages to help reduce their carbon footprint.

Design w/Conscience, founded by Artecnica in 2002, is a program for the design and manufacturing of products to be in accordance with humanitarian and environmentally sensitive principles. Artecnica’s Design with Conscience® program works with artisan communities in developing countries to produce unique handcrafted objects that reflect indigenous skills. This humanitarian approach supports shared work and profit across borders, cultures, races, and religions. Here again, design acts as a catalyst for change, providing an opportunity to help transform the global landscape.

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