Wicker Lamps by Made in Mimbre
When the trio of architects behind
Claesson Koivisto Rune
discovered the Chilean artisans of
Made in Mimbre
, it was a marriage made in wicker—used, in this case, for a suite of handwoven lamps.
, meaning jellyfish, appears to rest on its tendrils but is actually supported by super-thin metal posts. Meant to represent a lazy ladybug, compact
hugs the floor. And
, its silhouette recalling a slightly squashed acorn, is a pendant fixture. All accept 75-watt incandescents.