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Wanted Design 2017: Paper-Pulp Lighting

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

Canadian design studio Dear Human launched their latest collection, Module Lamps, last month during WantedDesign. In addition to their already established collection of pendant lights and sound absorbent wall coverings, these stackable, modular table lamps are formed of components made from colour porcelain, terracotta and Dear Human’s latest material innovation, Paper-Rock, the stronger, stone-like cousin of other pulp-made products. Each lamp can be ordered in a variety of combinations or as individually specified.

These stackable table lamps are formed of several components made from porcelain, terracotta and Dear Human’s latest material innovation, Paper-Rock

These stackable table lamps are formed of several components made from porcelain, terracotta and Dear Human’s latest material innovation, Paper-Rock
Image courtesy of Dear Human

Inspired by the iconic children’s block toy each piece is an invitation to play and experiment

Inspired by the iconic children’s block toy each piece is an invitation to play and experiment
Image courtesy of Dear Human

At Warehouse Home, we are passionate about exceptional design and supporting talented designer-makers. We also feel strongly about recycling and sustainability. And while a printed publication is at the heart of our business, we have devised a unique way of dealing with damaged or ‘waste’ copies. Made from the very pages of Warehouse Home, find our exclusive collection of one-off recycled paper pieces in the Warehouse Home shop.

Warehouse Home interior design magazine exclusive paper designs. Copies of Warehouse Home issue three were repurposed into design objects, furnishings and homewares. Photography by Oliver Perrott. Styling by Hannah Franklin

Copies of Warehouse Home Issue Three were reworked by seven talented designer-makers
Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

Read Warehouse Home Issue Five here! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Five by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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