These lights are handmade from Japanese washi paper (which is made in Japan using traditional methods): the paper strips are cut and then assembled by hand to create special patterns and laminated on polyphane and strapping metal matt black epoxy paint.
A simple, geometric and refined form that dresses your walls.
Washi paper handcrafted in Japan associated with its metal structure echoes the famous designs of Japanese artist Isamu Noguchi who strongly influenced design in the 1950s.
Behind Les Ecoliers Design Studio are Domitille and Louis, two architects and object designers. The search for simplicity, the development of the material and craftsmanship guide their creation of everyday objects. They created a collection of table lamps and sconces with clean lines that immediately seduced us. They work with Washi paper (handcrafted in Japan) which they associate with a metal structure. This association made us think of the famous lighting fixtures created by Japanese artist Isamu Noguchi who strongly influenced design in the 1950s.
Light filter: Washi paper on polyphane, metal matt black epoxy paint.
Led bulb (warm light)
Washi paper (handcrafted in Japan) laminated on polyphane and metal strapping in matt black epoxy paint.
100% artisanal manufacturing in a Parisian workshop.
Recommended bulb: ZANGRA – Opal bulb – E27 base
Timescale: One wall lamp available immediately.
For all additional orders, manufacturing and delivery time: approximately 3 weeks.
Les Ecoliers Design Studio
Les Ecoliers Design Studio is run by Domitille and Louis, two architects and object designers. A desire for simplicity, an emphasis on raw materials and skilled craftsmanship guide their work in the creation of everyday objects. The clean lines of their collection of table and wall lamps immediately intrigued us.