Shippingshade Ceiling Lamp

by Martynas Kazimierėnas Lithuania

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Description

The design of “shippingshade” is made to be accepted by the general rules of postal shipping companies. The outer layer of the lamp resembles a cardboard shipping box – so that the lamp itself becomes the packaging as well as the lampshade itself.

By traveling unpacked and looking like a shipping box, reminders of its travel stay visible.

2x LED GU10 lamps
220-240v
Dimmable

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Martynas Kazimierėnas (b. 1982) is a designer and the artistic director of the March design studio who lives and works in Vilnius. His creative practice probes the materiality of things and the origin of their function, using the motifs and forms of the great outdoors. Martynas employs unconventional methods of production, dismantling and altering the process of making objects. The works of his studio are presented at major design fairs in New York, Paris, Frankfurt, and Tokyo.
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