Do you like different? Then the Baggy is your light! She will strengthen
your alternative, loose interior.
Ø: 29cm |h: 42cm
sophistication shining through every single design. The helical waves create a fancy contrasting effect
that seesaws between open and closed structure and varies between light and dark. Discover different
light experiences and see for yourself that this light never looks the same. It is magical in every way!
The Kraftlights bring back a fresh new breeze over the rare “Easy Edge Cardboard Lamps” by the famous Architect Frank O. Gehry (1960).
Kraftlights are composed to complement your decor with their warm, intimate and elegant radiants. Each Kraftlight is environmentally friendly, social responsible and skillfully made using only professional techniques. This allows us to create a refined pattern bringing a persistent magical effect to every space, surrounding and occasion. With over fifteen models, various shapes and sizes reaching up to two meters, Kraftlights will bring your interior to a higher level.
Size Ø: 29cm | h: 42cm
For prices contact our Think Paper studio
Responsibly designed and made in Holland
High quality corrugated cardboard with a varying spiral pattern
Brown-(gold) outfit with an unique varying black touch
Environmentally responsible | professional handmade quality
Decorative lighting. The Baggy models provide a smooth amount of up, down and lateral lighting
detailing / technical
Two meter standard – black or linen fabric cord (longer cords are available for an additional charge)
Powder-coated ceiling canopy matching with fabric cord (black or white)
E27 metal isolated socket | 1x MAX 40W
220-240V ~50Hz (Europe standard) | compatible with (dimmable) incandescent, compact fluorescent or LED bulbs of energy classes A++, A+, A, B, C, D & E (EU No 874/2012)
Yes, the fixtures are dimmable, but only compatible with dimmable light sources
All models are delivered without lightsource
Kraftlight series – Loft 51 Maastricht, Studio 54 Sittard and Academy of fine arts and design Maastricht, Netherlands 2015 – Photography by Avanti Media Group, Modelwork by Francesco Pino and Maureen Schonbrodt