Dimensions: 132cm (H) x 22cm (W) / 52" (H) x 8.7" (W)
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This item has a production lead time of 8 weeks.
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In this duo of two sculptural floor lamps, two texture plays protagonist— one refined, one raw. Each pillar has an intentional carved incision that juxtaposes the raw-to-refined discourse. An organic hand blown glass globe that resembles crumpled paper is paired with it.
Constructed from waste paper pulp and natural binders, each product is hand sculpted and sun dried. This piece is a part of 3 4 7 4— an ensemble that is an ode to the indigenous craft of Paper Mache in Kashmir, India. Launched at Salone Satellite 2022.
Each piece is meticulously hand-sculpted in several layers and sun dried, embracing slow production and indigenous processes. All the material from products that don’t make it to their final stages are re-used in this circular production method reducing all our workshop waste to almost zero. Each piece is made-to-order and handmade in India
Materials : Waste Paper Pulp, Natural Binders
Dimensions : Tall : Ø 22 cm x 132 cm
Short : Ø 22 cm x 125 cm
Based in: Pune
With a strong sentiment towards indigenous craftsmanship, Vaishnavi Walvekar’s re-interpretation of the craft came about her own discerning nature. She followed her pursuit in crafts with a nomadic quest from travelling to craft-rich places such as Jaipur, New Delhi, and Kashmir. Vahe is the manifestation of this journey– an ode …
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