Discover our varied catalogue of eco-friendly pendant lamps produced with recycled, reusable and toxic-free materials. We have chosen five eco-designers who use different materials to produce unique sustainable pendant lamps for the home.
If you want to know all the products, go to our section of eco-friendly pendant lamps and choose from our catalog.
ORIKOMI, a Portuguese trade mark of Lisbon whose lampshades are made from high quality paper, carefully crafted and extremely easy to hang, creating a very pleasant atmosphere. Orikomi lamps are highly recyclable and promote the use of energy saving light bulbs as only these can be used together with these lamps.
GOOD & MOJO a brand from the Netherlands, inspired by urban life and city as by nature, offer lamps produced with sustainable materials such as cork, recycled paper pulp, wood shavings, ecological linen and bamboo in all its varieties.
For every lamp purchased, Good & Mojo donates a percentage of the proceeds to the WakaWaka Foundation, which provides solar lamps to people in need of humanitarian aid.
IUMI a German brand located in the capital, produce lamps made of sustainably cultivated birch plywood. The wood is cut by laser and then hand finished, achieving a perfect fit.
There are different models painted by hand using the most ecological natural pigments on the market, suitable for children and water repellent.
SCHENEID is a German trade mark, which term could be translated as ‘being bold’, in some way introducing to the essence of its philosophy.
Their project is based on producing eco-friendly lamps with processes and raw materials that are respectful for the environment and inspired by nature itself. In addition, they support local manufacturers by keeping short supply routes and by using local natural materials as the basis for their products.
The vast majority of their lamps are made of wood, recyclable materials and are free of toxins.
MORE CIRCULAR‘s mission is to develop products that transform waste into valuable pieces for your home, moving us from our current linear ‘take, make, waste’ economy to a circular ‘retake, remake, restore’ economy.
Marten van Leeuwen, founder of More Circular, was born in the Netherlands and grew up on beautiful Coromandel, in the North Island of New Zealand.
After moving back to Europe and working several mechanical engineering jobs, he ended up in Amsterdam working on a waste to energy plant for four years. The constant coming and going of trucks bringing waste from the city inspired him to find new ways to move away from our linear society.
Putting his engineering skills to good use and with the environment always in mind, he started creating his first designs and so More Circular was born!