Lath Lamps by Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D

Lath Lamps are a series of vertically slatted lamps designed by the Montreal-based Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D. The lamps are made from thin, laser-cut plywood that are then wrapped with horizontal bands of dark leather or wood veneer. The structured lamps create an almost lantern effect with linear shadows projected.

Available as a pendant lamp in two shapes, tapered or cylinder, the latter of which can be used as a table lamp as well.

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