the woven lamps are made out of traditional korean hanji paper
through the korea craft & design foundation (KCDF), jungmo seungyeon had the opportunity to visit several workshops from jeonju in south korea which is one of the country’s hanji producing areas. afterwards, the team found the ideal pattern for their design which is created by overlapping the hanji papers. several prototypes and drawings have been developed based on that first idea; when a light shines on, it looks like a tightly woven fabric in harmony with the texture of the hanji.
full spread view
the final woven lamp collection offers two patterns; when the lamp is on, horizontal and vertical lines intersect — creating harmony and clarity when looking at the hanji paper. in other words, the overall effect gives off a soft, intimate and warm feeling to any setting
detail showing the gradation of patterns and colors
the lighting generates an intimate and warm ambiance
overlapping design of the lighting series
based on the first prototype, it was decided to use the offset printing technology to create the woven lamps
design process, experimenting with overlaps and colors
drawing and concept phase
developing the first prototype
edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom
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