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OWL paperlamps

Design | July 20, 2017 |

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

OWL paperlamps

 

Their brand is OWL paperlamps and they are Hugo Formiga and Teresa Almeida. Both of them are owners, creators and designers at OWL paperlamps. 
OWL paperlamps is a design brand created in 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal. Inspired by the origami art of folding paper figures, OWL paperlamps combines modelling with illumination to design original papercraft lamps. Whether an OWL paperlamp is lit or turned off, it will certainly be an eye catcher.

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

Their products come in a DIY (Do It Yourself) kit for people to assemble their designs. They invite people to join the process and build their own models, giving their personal imprint to the final product.

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

All paperlamps are made with high quality 160g paper and colours are carefully selected to create different and unique ambiences when the paperlamps are lit up. Their glow is the ultimate effect to bring out each creature’s liveliness.

 

more. owlpaperlamps.com                    

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

OWL paperlamps Image courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

 

OWL paperlampsImage courtesy of OWL Paperlamps

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