The Puff Lamp Collection is a modern and sculptural take on the traditional rice paper lamp, designed with organic and simple principles in mind.
The Puff Lamp Collection honors one of the oldest traditions within lamp making in Asia. Rice paper lamp shades have been used for centuries and have originally adorned the halls of temples. It was also a trip to Japan that sparked the inspiration for the Puff Lamp Collection, where designer Saskia Huebner saw endless variations of the rice paper lamp. This became a motivation to find the right balance between sculptural playfulness and functional minimalism and resulted in a collection that invites you to arrange different voluminous shapes in a playful matter. Puff is thus suitable for the large hotel lobby, restaurant, or a small private room.
Voluminous but Light
The rice paper material makes it possible to create immense volume, without wasting unnecessary material or creating a heavy, inconvenient design. The rice paper allows for a natural, warm light, as it gently shields the light source from being too bright and overexposed. The lamps thus submit a soft light, while appearing like organic sculptures in the given space.
The lightweight material and design also create a visual notion of puffed-up balloons ranging in four different shapes and sizes, which consequently inspired their individual names. The collection consists of a Bulb shaped lampshade, with the name accentuating its form and lighting function. This variant is available as a pendant.