Petit CRU table lamp

3 unidades Ahorra X%
Petit cru
IN stock
EKO label
Eco-effectiveness and sustainability degree of the product

Reused / Recycled raw materials i 0%

Recyclable raw materials i 100%

Renewable raw materials i 0%

Toxic free i 100%

Non petroleum plastics i 100%

Emissions generated during transport to the factory 0.092kg CO2

i Type of energy used No renewable

i Emissions generated by energy consumption No data

Place of origin of the product France

Weight of product 8.7kg

Transport kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.167 kg CO2 eq
500 km 0.836 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 11.3 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 33.9 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 67.68 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 113 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 169 kg CO2 eq

Useful Life Cycle 8años

Aesthetic Life Cycle 5.9años

Emissions generated by the Material 1 2.77 kg CO2 eq

Emissions generated by the Material 2 0.28 kg CO2 eq

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Petit CRU table lamp designed by Ludovic Falédam

Clay table lamp of the "Cru" Collection.


Characteristics of Petit CRU table lamp

Main Raw Material Clay Secondary raw Material Aluminum
Height (cm) 51 Width (cm) 13
Depth (cm) 13 Height Packed (cm) 52
Width Packed (cm) 32 Depth Packed (cm) 22
Weight Packed (Kg.) 9.4000 Weight (Kg.) 8.7
Main Color Natural Clay Bulb included No
Bulb Type Led Watts (max.) 60

General description of Petit CRU table lamp

Like many stories, the collection "Cru" begins with a meeting. In this case between Ludovic Falédam, founder of Barbadine Design, and the Jesse Company, a French company of living heritage. The designer came into contact with them because he wanted to work with raw earth.

Ludovic wanted to highlight the clay brick, which is both a very old material and which appears today as an alternative for tomorrow because of its unique thermal properties, as well as the small amount of energy that demands its production.

"I wanted something brutal, wild for this collection. Some objects with proportions that evoke raw art or voodoo without falling into the caricature." Ludovic Falédam.