Eclipse Lamp

by Roxane Lahidji

à partir de 590,00 

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Earth and salt signal a return to the source, a return to the essential. Our Eclipse Lamp is made from sea salt and resin, creating an alternative to the standard, solid salt design.

Marble salt

The process used is called “marbled salt”

The handmade nature of the lamp means that the color and pattern will be totally unique. The entire process is done by hand in Roxane’s workshop in Brussels.

Everything becomes dust and returns to the earth.

Our process

We pay special attention to the details at each step when creating a lamp. Molding, drying, polishing, and assembly are all done by hand. “Its dedication that makes this art piece so wonderful.“

…Eight hours of work
…48 hours of drying
…1kg of salt

Each lamp is unique

Mineral and galactic, each lamp is completely unique thanks to the interactions between the materials.

The Maker

Roxane Lahidji
Roxane Lahidji is the designer of our lamps, she is a social artist and designer specialized in natural material research, developments, and applications. After graduating she started a project called ‘’Marbled salts’. She combines local and renewable resources always using environmentally friendly production processes at an amazing studio in Brussels where she works with many other artists. She’s been awarded among the 100 best French international designers by FD100 award of the VIA and the Bolia award. Her projects have been published in magazines such as VOGUE Living, ELLE Deco, and Milk Decoration. Roxane describes her practice as an alchemical journey by developing her transforming and molding methods.

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Shipping & Return Policy

If you are not happy with your purchase then you have 30 days to return it for an exchange or refund. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs. If you have commissioned a maker or purchased a made to order product, please read the full returns policy.

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