Lighting is a fundamental element in interior decoration, not only for its inestimable aesthetic and decorative value, but also for its indisputable role in creating environments.In Kl ecodesign, they are convinced that the best way to contribute a grain of sand is to get involved in all the disciplines of design and construction, under criteria of sustainable design and that is why they bet strongly on the concept of ""cradle to cradle"" Pillar of Ecodesign:
"The term ecodesign applies to all the attitudes that during the design of a particular object take into account in particular the impact it will cause in the environment throughout its life."
Based on recycled daily materials, they produce lamps whose components are reborn after their useful life in order to enjoy a new trajectory.
They place special emphasis on reducing environmental impact at all stages of the life cycle of their products. All the lamps are biodegradable and assembled by hand with solvent-free glue and are coated with water-repellent ecological varnish, which also increases their resistance against impact, combining the most advanced techniques with the handmade production by means of the superposition of pieces of cardboard.
Corrugated cardboard comes from sustainably managed forests (FSC) and also contains a percentage of recycled paperboard.With the experience accumulated during his professional career they try to recover the traditional values of the craft, under a contemporary optics
K-L ecodesign Is a young company from Vigo, formed by a multidisciplinary team of ""recycled"" professionals who are committed to design, recycling, innovation and sustainability.
They manage state-of-the-art tools and methods for new and substantial solutions that bring uncommon qualities to common materials.
"The ecological aspect of this project is the use of environmentally friendly materials, local and personalized production.
Local production not only reduces the carbon footprint, but also fosters the development of local economies and societies.
The processes of innovation and development on techniques and materials have resulted in the development of a new technique that combines two completely different worlds: technology and crafts.