Cardboard lamps by Studio 38

March 29th, 2014 by retail design blog

Our challenge is to come up with great looking, unique, design pieces by themselves, regardless of the material it’s made of. Then, the upside is that on top of being something you would choose as part of your home/office/shop décor, it’s made from cardboard which helps reduce your carbon footprint and are objects that are easily associated with a sustainable statement.

We’re trying to get the most out of certain characteristics of cardboard itself like the way you can cut it and assemble it, the way you can use it to diffuse light, it’s lightweight, etc. This is what we call the “uniqueness” aspect of a design object’s material.

Our lamps can be used with many different type of light bulbs with E27 sockets (incandescent, CFL or LED). For any of these options, the lighting effect from our lamps will be exactly the same. However, you will notice the difference in the light color that comes from each of these type of light bulbs. Each one of our products is assembled by hand under a strict quality control process. All of them have a unique serial number and are delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

Designed by Studio 38







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