Gudpaka Lamp by gt2P is a Weave of Traditional and Technological Technique

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: gt2p and dezeen
This isn't the first shaggy lampshade you may have encountered recently, but there is still an undoubtedly eccentric charm to the Gudpaka Lamp by gt2P. This mammoth of a pendant lamp covered in a thick and tousled alpaca wool, exuding the warmth and softness one desires in a light fixture.

Of course, these qualities are satisfied quite unconventionally, through the careful acquisition and treatment of wool from the llama's cousin. It has been hand-woven into alpaca felt and molded into the animal-esque shape of two furry lumps.

This form is constructed on an intricate frame of plywood triangles which is capped by a shell of heat-formed ABS plastic. The Gudpaka Lamp by gt2P (Great Things to People) is a "game of opposites," created through the cooperation of traditional and highly technical methods.