WHERE NATURE MEETS TECHNOLOGY
Named for the secluded Trebarwith Strand in Cornwall, this understated lamp is a beautiful addition for any home. Inspired by the natural patterns observed on the surface of the tides, the Trebarwith Lamp is a contemporary portrayal of the patterns observed on the tides. This classic design combines the traditional with the contemporary, as an accessory for the home made from entirely recycled materials. The lamp itself allows for an ambient glow to lighten up any room, while the bold colours add a sense of warmth and comfort. . With the included Philips Hue smart lightbulb, you can customise the lighting of your living space through your phone. The Trebarwith Lamp also helps conserve our oceans by repurposing discarded plastics, and in its natural colour has no added chemicals or dyes in its creation. This lamp measures 28.5 cm high and 8cm wide.
Inspired by the Cornish coastline, the Trebarwith lamp works hard to reduce plastic pollution in our environment. With a lampshade made from fully recycled plastics, this contemporary piece for the home gives old materials new life.
The lamp itself is 3D printed to order, meaning that there is minimal wastage in the process of creating each piece.
Our supplier, Reflow, is an award winning social enterprise dedicated to reducing plastic waste. Additionally, the materials for the Trebarwith lamp in its 'natural' colour are sourced locally in Cornwall from Fishy Filaments, who repurpose discarded fishing nets without adding dyes or chemicals.
Furthermore, each lamp includes a Philips Hue smart lightbulb, which allows you to customise the lighting of your living space through your phone (no Hue Hub required).
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