Multiple Sculptural Lamp Designs by Stacking Pulp Modules

Multiple Sculptural Lamp Designs by Stacking Pulp Modules

Palefire, a London-based lighting brand, introduced a series of sculptural lamps called the "U/V" series this year, crafted from modular pulp pieces. Based on the shapes of U and V, the series is composed of modules made from recycled pulp, designed to stack together in various forms, offering versatility in creating a range of lighting fixtures.
Designer Rowena Morgan-Cox drew inspiration from 19th-century European painting and sculpture, as well as the Arts and Crafts Movement aesthetics. With a focus on sustainability and durability without compromising aesthetics, Palefire aims to produce environmentally friendly lighting.
Utilizing a modular system, Palefire seeks to reduce waste by encouraging the reuse of individual components to create new layers of lamps. The entire collection features minimalist designs, including cone shapes, cylindrical forms, and hourglass figures. The environmentally friendly paper molding process involves recycling waste paper, and all orders are hand-painted with low VOC coatings at the Camberwell studio. Additionally, the designers plan to introduce a restoration and updating service in the future to extend the lifespan of the lamps.
At the core of Palefire's ethos is the commitment to recycling and waste reduction throughout the production process. The brand emphasizes the importance of sustainable design that doesn't compromise aesthetics, stating that "collecting and recycling waste has always been an integral part of Palefire because waste is too valuable to be wasted."
The lifestyle reflects Palefire's dedication to creating sustainable and aesthetically pleasing designs while prioritizing the value of waste reduction and recycling.
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