Créée par la designer et artiste néerlandaise Ebere Groenouwe, la lampe suspendue Loxolop s'inspire des techniques de l'origami. Une lampe faite de 2 pièces de papier recyclé entrelacées.

Sur Loxolop, Ebere Groenouwe précise:

"The Loxolop is a unique object functioning as a hanging lampshade. The design arose from the study of origami techniques. From this ancient Japanese paperfolding technique Dutch designer and visual artist Ebere Groenouwe, adopted the philosophy that paper and imagination is all you need to develop interesting and functional designs. Other means like frameworks, adhesives or nails and pins are unnecessary.

The Loxolop contains of two simple shapes, which when folded together form a three-dimensional object. You can use your own lampfitting without dismantling the wiring.

The biomorphic character of the Loxolop find its inspiration in nature resembling wings, flowers, leafs, stems, lobbing plants and insects.

The lamps are made of waste paper from the juice packaging industry. This firm, plasticised paper is very suitable for lighting because of its nice transparency. All loxolops are handmade by the artist herself."

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site Loxolop.

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