Crafted with distinctive artistry, this table lamp is a fusion of a repurposed beam wood, block of pristine limestone and a white ceramic cone light socket. The wood’s transformation is accentuated through the Yakisugi technique, with its refined finish achieved using only natural oils and beeswax. To ensure the protection of your furniture, the lamp’s foundation is subtly lined with a protective cork layer.
This piece is a proud embodiment of the ‘Raw Collection’. Born from the unsettling reality of today’s raw material scarcity, this collection endeavours to shed light on the unsustainable ethos of contemporary production—chiefly, our proclivity for freshly mined substances and the unchecked extraction from nature. Such practices, while detrimental to our environment, also accelerate the depletion of Earth’s cherished resources. The clarion call is clear: we must pivot towards repurposing existing materials and lessen our dependency on virgin resources.
Each element of this lamp whispers tales of its past. Salvaged from scrapyards, rediscovered on urban pathways, or rescued from the remnants of structures that once stood tall, these materials are now reborn. This transformation of discarded elements into something meaningful represents both a creative challenge and a deep-seated delight. It embodies the promise of what can be achieved when we strive for a future in harmony with nature, rather than against it.
The bulb socket is E27.
The plug type is Euro-plug or you can choose US-plug too.
The included light bulb is 240V, E27 standard bulb.
On/Off switch is built-in the body of the lamp.