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


These wonderful patterned paper lamps from Brooklyn–based Levent & Romme really caught our eye at this year’s BKLYN Designs show. Realized first as pen and ink illustrations, the patterns are then cut into a single sheet of thick watercolor paper. The paper is softly textured and opaque enough to make the designs pop, and the rigidity lends itself to the shades’ intricate cuts. Upping the coolness (and sustainability) quotient, the shade fits together using a tabbed design so that it forms a tube without any fasteners or adhesives.

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  1. neeru kabra May 20, 2012 at 4:09 am


  2. aosta1 January 5, 2010 at 8:59 pm

    Great design! We would love to have theseprojects to be done at
    Great production team with best laser cutting equipment
    contact us!

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