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The concept behind the Polyhedra Luminaria lighting series is to create a new environment within a familiar space by utilizing the magic of color and light.

Inspired by the the intimacy of origami and the accessibility of paper as its medium, each lamp is hand folded following traditional origami methods.

Inside, the highly saturated colored paper yields a rich colored glow. The exterior both concentrates this colored interior illumination while also allowing the lamp to blend with its environment during the day.

The lamps create an ambient glow that dapples into geometric forms when suspended near surfaces or as a table luminaire.

Using heavyweight paper, each is hand crafted from many intricately folded interlocking units, making the lamps very sturdy and durable. The final product is also treated to prevent staining or marking.

This lamp has a 48 sides, a Tan exterior and an Aqua interior glow. It measures approximately 35" in circumference and 12" in diameter.

Lamps are carefully packaged and shipped with a 12' white cord with candelabra base and on/off switch. A hidden clasp opening allows for easy access to change a bulb.

Lamps are only to be used with and energy saving CFL or LED candelabra bulb. A list of suggested bulbs for optimal light and color output is available upon request or purchase.

Paper Origami Lamp. Tan and Aqua. 48 sides. (Polyhedra Luminaria Series)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Paper, Lamp wiring, Metal
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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