“My name is Tó Martins, I’m a Portuguese designer and it’s with great passion for my work that I’m letting you know the REWASHLAMP
project. The project uncovers a new lighting concept, which advocates the reuse of materials coupled with small scale production, 100% manual, allowing myself to run all processes, from creation to shipment.
The lamps have for base the washing machine´s drums no longer in use, decorated with various types of materials, to decontextualize
them from their usual use or function, giving them a new role. Associated to the main body there is a photographic tripod which attains a combination of design and functionality. All the pieces are made in a way to adjust in measure for preferences according in personal taste. Each element, after finalized is packed for transportation and delivery is available in any part of the world. The fact that it’s divided in only two elements allows the costumer to assemble it in a easy and simplified way.
The price of every piece varies in accordance to the model, shipping feeds will be added. For more information or a most complete consultation, you may check the website rewashlamp.com or through Facebook.”
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