Helen Morgan

Wood and Woad's Great and Green British Designs at the London Design Festival

by , 09/28/11


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Mammalampa‘s Pendant Lamp is a cloud-like piece that emits a warm diffused light. Made from untreated paper, the light fixture is a beautiful piece that could easily take center-stage in a big room.

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The furniture company Thonet have been awarded the Green Globe Certification for creating pieces of simple yet stylish eco furniture.

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Using banana-fiber to form the outer shell of the Soren Lamp, Pinch creates an organic looking and warming light. The fabric is pulled over the frame in a dress style finish.

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Lamp designer Ingo Maurer has created these beautiful, mobile light fixtures that seem inspired by old metal paint tubes, but give a fresh feel to the gallery space.

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Constructing vessels and vases from twigs and bark, Jane Bevan uses materials she sourced herself in her the area surrounding South Derbyshire.

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These quirky Eu/Phoria chairs from Few and Far are a comfortable and practical design, yet are made from Woodstock – a material mixture of scrap metal and polypropylene often used in the automobile industry.

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