Pet Lamp Chile Mapuche

The Mapuche collection is given shape and colour in Huentelolen, a small village in the heart of Aracaunia region, home of the native Mapuche people. It explores a 500-years-old weaving technique, the “ñocha” native fibre and a social community environment. The local patterns, the dominant natural colour of the local fibre and the non-dense texture give us an idea about the high complexity of the material and reveal its wide range of possibilities. Nonetheless, the lamps acquire a robust and generous shape, as the vivid proof of the Mapuche people’s strong character, closely linked to the nature. As a finishing touch, all lamps are added a last wide vertical band which imprints them personality. The Mapuche craftspeople share the same complex “coiled” basketry technique as the Ethiopian ones and imprint stitch by stitch their personal stories and dreams in each lamp of this collection.
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After completing his Business Management studies at Madrid Complutense University, he begins his training in product design at the Instituto Europeo di Design in Milan and later graduated with honours from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. During 2011 and 2012 he conceives and develops PET Lamp Project, which has been a growing success since its presentation at Rosann ...
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