Sebastiaan Dillmann’s Gorgeous Eden Lamps are Made From Found Tree Branches

by , 01/22/14

Sebastiaan Dillmann, energy-efficient lighting, green light, green pendant light, sustainable design, green interiors, eco-friendly light, sustainable interiors, sustainably sourced wood, local materials

In our modern economy everything revolves around consumption. Manufacturers are continuously introducing new designs and models to the market that make existing products outdated or unnecessary, and this leads to an enormous amount of waste. Designer Sebastiaan Dillmann created the Eden Lamp as a reaction to this large-scale waste. Eden is fully manufactured by hand and is built from nature’s waste: unprocessed branches found in the Dutch woods. Dillmann cuts the branches into slices and hollows them out to form unique puzzle pieces, which he then assembles into beautiful and intricate spheres. Eden is a strong and timeless lamp designed to withstand the test of time.

+ Sebastiaan Dillmann

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