Helen Morgan

DIY Perforated Paper Lamp Allows People to Make Their Own Creative Lighting Designs

by , 04/01/14

Takeoff Lamp, Fifti Fifti, green lighting, paper lamps, DIY lamps, green design, eco design, sustainable lamps

This striking Take-Off lampshade allows people to make their own creative lighting designs. Fifti-Fifti uses a laser to create a fine pattern of perforated stitches in paper, which is easily attached to the lamp’s frame. The resulting shade produces a low-lit glow that warms up any room.


Takeoff Lamp, Fifti Fifti, green lighting, paper lamps, DIY lamps, green design, eco design, sustainable lamps

As well as being stylish and modern, the paper lamps are designed to be easily self-assembled. The frame is made from a powder-coated grey steel, to which the paper sheets are easily attached by magnets.

Related: Levent & Romme’s Elegant Laser-Cut Paper Lamps

Each of the lamps come with an extra sheet that can be imagined however you see fit. While it may not seem like a great idea to create a light from a traditionally flammable material, these are perfectly safe if you have the requisite budget!

+ Fifti Fifti

Images via Fifti Fifti

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