Webbed Polymer

Carefully dust with a soft, dry brush

Our cocooning polymer lighting fixtures are made by taking the lamp’s metal or laser-cut wooden structure and spraying it with ‘cocoon’ polymer to create a light diffuser

History

The cocooning material and technique was originally developed by the US military and is a favorite with lighting designers. George Nelson used this material for his iconic 1952 lamps, and we use it with our own, including our Mimosa and ToTeM collections.

How we do it

Our cocooning polymer lighting fixtures are made by taking the lamp’s metal or laser-cut wooden structure and spraying it with ‘cocoon’ polymer to create a light diffuser. The result is a soft luminosity that can transform the character of an interior in an instant.

Care Instructions

Carefully dust with a soft, dry brush

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