The Bride lamp by Mammalampa

June 9th, 2011 by retail design blog

the bride | design by Ieva Kaleja | 2009
the atmosphere created by the bride is feminine and airy; this most definitely a lamp with a gender; evidently that of the fairer sex. and for those who enjoy plenitude, several brides look simply radiant together creating a feeling of fruitfulness and abundance in a room and illuminating large spaces beautifully.

the bride’s “dress” is created from paper presenting this traditional lamp material in an unusual solution.
as light shines through the paper, you will find yourself infused by an aura of airy lightness and imperceptibility; almost as if the lamp were not subject to the law of gravity.
together the lighting body’s components form a unified ensemble, are inherently natural refined right down to the finest details and have not been subjected to chemical treatment.

each bride has her own personality characterised by the unique pattern in which her shade is woven with the personal touch instilled by the weaver who created the pattern.
brides are available in natural white and brown colours.
the collection is comprised of ceiling lamps in two sizes and a kindred floor lamp and table lamp. the airy aura of the lamps is accentuated by their base, a light white coloured structure with brass fittings attuned to the bride’s profile.
light descent type/ lamp providing direct, diffused light.

Mammalampa’s mainfesto:
mass production rules. technology is king. human whims dictate product functions. but bored by plastic, we yearn for living beauty.
“mammalampa” declares a gentle war making lamps differently without adapting, killing or violently beautifying materials. our lamps are created in the image of living materials touched by the inspiration of craftsmen.
“mammalampa” imagines materials in an unexpected light, creating its own distinctive signature and values.
bring “mammalampa” into your home and enjoy the world in a natural light!

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