Brooklyn-based designer Patrick Weder
’s beautiful new paper lamps, which are on display at ICFF
this week, are made from repurposed chicken coop wire and paper pulp, and they resemble delicate pieces of coral. Fitted with energy efficient LED bulbs
, the lamps give off a warm glow as light emits through the twisting form. When unlit, the lamps appear to be almost opaque, revealing the bones of the chicken wire only slightly. But when illuminated, the paper pulp material turns a warm and creamy hue, casting a comfortable and relaxing glow.