The Dome Lamps Are Manufactured with Paper-Concrete Composite Material

By: Amelia Roblin - Oct 11, 2016
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The handmade movement has begun to influence mass production manufacturing, and the evidence is in products like these Dome lamps. The technique of papier maché is channeled in the creation of these ceiling lights, and the resulting fixtures are considerably lightweight and unexpectedly strong.

The brilliance behind the materiality of the Dome lamps is in the composite substance of the rounded shades. Using a combination of paper and concrete within the mold, the designer has created something that will last the test of time while not being a nightmare to install.

The fluted Dome lamps are complete with bamboo braces that guide their suspension cords and enable directional positioning. These industrial pieces exemplify an adaptable nature in both production and use.