Nature-ravaging hunting trophies are so passé – Raw Studio offers an electrifying alternative with their new LED light. which resembles a plaque with branching antlers.
Raw Studio also showcased a shimmering circular LED light that looks just like the moon! The craters in the middle are made from whisps of pulped paper.
MacMaster‘s FSC-certified wood lamps resemble exotic flora and luminous pods. The lamps are made entirely in-house in MacMaster’s UK studio, and they can be stacked to reduce their shipping footprint.
How cool is this felt clock by Sebastian Herkner? On display over at the Leff Amsterdam booth here at ICFF and called Felt II (the original Felt lamp is larger), it is made with recycled plastic bottles and a small bamboo backing that describes its numerous green properties. Completely functional, the clock comes with a Japanese mechanism which ensures this beauty will keep on ticking for a long time.
UK-based designer Naomi Paul creates gorgeous pendant lamps by crocheting flowing textiles around wire hoops. The lamps can be collapsed flat for a light shipping footprint, and they’re fitted with energy-efficient CFL bulbs.
Liqui Design kicked off their first ICFF appearance with a bang. Many of their products feature environmentally friendly materials and production methods, although we particularly fond of this pendant light made from pulped and compressed bamboo.
Leff Amsterdam curates all kinds of cool clocks, but this one was definitely a standout. Made with recycled plastic, the Wyzer Wall Clock has a design that keeps evolving as the arms keep time. This clock is the very epitome of minimalism and we love it.
molo design is experimenting with something new – these modular “bench wall” prototypes are six feet tall and ten feet long and can be used both indoors and outdoors. Amazingly sturdy with comfortable felt seats, they are die cut with recycled cardboard and have embedded magnets that allow the ends to attach to one another. So innovative, acoustically impressive, and green to boot.