A PENDANT LIGHT MADE OF STONE PAPER

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Taking inspiration from shaping techniques of the acclaimed sculptor Isamu Noguchi, Swedish designer Monica Förster has created a series of pendant lights in sustainable materials that exude opalescence and lightness. The Lullaby pendants are made from stone paper with ash lamellae. The stone paper is fashioned into pentagonal, yet slightly organic-looking shapes using five slender ash lamellae. Stone paper is made from crushed limestone, which is robust and water-repellent, yet soft and sensory. In addition, stone paper has outstanding luminous qualities, which enable the Lullaby to emit a soft, muted light that communicates a cosy, natural atmosphere to the room.

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2 Responses to A PENDANT LIGHT MADE OF STONE PAPER

  1. I love pendants!!! One alone or in group they make the difference on the ambient!!!! The idea to use sustainable material is nice because nowadays it is really important think sustainable!!! The environment is grateful!!!

  2. These photos are just beautiful. They are like a piece of art. The lamp is great. But, the photography is out of this world. It really takes a artistic eye to produce content as lovely as this.

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