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Moolin by lasfera

Moolin by lasfera

Beijing Design Week 2011: Beijing studio lasfera presented a collection of furniture including handmade lamps of curled bamboo at 751-D Park last week.

Moolin by lasfera

The curved Moolin lamps are created using a traditional Chinese craft of heating and bending bamboo strips.

Moolin by lasfera

The bamboo is left unfinished and can be recycled.

Moolin by lasfera

The lamps are available in different sizes and proportions.

Moolin by lasfera

See all of our stories about Beijing Design Week here.

Here's some more about the collection from lasfera:

Asian breathe in western furniture design

At the lasfera booth on Beijing Design Week 2011 at 751 exhibition area Italian design and German quality meet Asian inspiration. For customers sharing the passion for exclusive custom-made interior objects, which give a certain "elite touch" to their living spaces and who respect ecological consciousness this young design studio from Beijing, presents a range of innovative furniture items.

You almost feel a breathe of shadow when looking at YING_影 table and chairs,
or MOOLIN, the lamp that looks like a purely handmade sculpture – made of natural bamboo using traditional handcraft techniques to bend the fresh bamboo.

XOO shelving reminds at the light structure of a bamboo. Flexible but steady, this system combines highest requirements in contemporary design and environmental sustainability. Users can realize this individual and extendable shelving system in various forms, functions and colours.

TAI_泰 a glide seat with circulating construction and strong aesthetic characters made out of 100% bamboo material it is a perfect combination for a sustainable product.

YUN_匀 seems to be a float down lamp with a light construction product personality which combines traditional Asian handcraft techniques with an original design approach.