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An organically shaped lamp available in various editions

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The design company Mammalampa based in Riga, Latvia has launched The Bride, an organically shaped lamp available in various editions: suspended from the ceiling, as a table lamp or freestanding on the floor.

Each Bride lamp is unique and handcrafted from pleated paper, in a pattern that looks like a blond female’s elaborate hairstyle.

The Bride lamp ’s form has lightness, in all meanings of the word, but also a distinct individual female character. It spreads its light in a soft and varied ambience due to the varying thickness of the pleated paper and clearly illuminates the surface below the lamp.

At a distance, in a dark room, the Bride lamp may sometimes look like a traditional candlelit snow lantern made from stacked snowballs.

The Bride lamp is one of several unique designs from Mammalampa, all featuring feminine attributes reflected in their respective names: The Wise One, The Queen, The Sisters and The Duchess.

The Mammalampa team’s leading designer is Ieva Kaläja, who has a Masters degree from the Domus Academy in Milan and is supported by Inese Zirnate, Varis Arajs along with two other partners.

Each Bride is unique and handcrafted from pleated paper, in a pattern that looks like a blond female’s elaborate hairstyle.

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