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Lampe i
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3D Printedfrench designerlightweight
Sale price175 €
3D Printedfrench designerlightweight
Introducing Lampe i by Argot Studio, a masterpiece of minimalism and a true embodiment of the harmonious fusion between Japanese-inspired design an...

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Argot Studio is a design studio based in Paris. It specializes in creating sustainably-made, 3D printed collectible pieces that are intended to enhance any space. Inspired by the juxtaposition of man-made, brutalist architecture and the organic forms found in nature, Argot pieces exhibit a poetic and thoughtful aesthetic. The name "Argot" derives from the French word for "colorful slang," which is commonly used by Parisians in their everyday language.
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100% polylactic acid (PLA) derived from corn starch. The material is locally produced, non-toxic and plant-based. Dimensions: H 35 . L 21 . W 11.5 cm Weight: 0.48 kg Printing Time: 16 hours Bulb: Use 220W LED only. Please note: Cable and Soft Warm White Bulb is included.

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100% polylactic acid (PLA) derived from corn starch. The material is locally produced, non-toxic and plant-based. Dimensions: H 35 . L 21 . W 11.5 cm Weight: 0.48 kg Printing Time: 16 hours Bulb: Use 220W LED only. Please note: Cable and Soft Warm White Bulb is included.

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AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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14 Days

About

Argot Studio is a design studio based in Paris. It specializes in creating sustainably-made, 3D printed collectible pieces that are intended to enhance any space. Inspired by the juxtaposition of man-made, brutalist architecture and the organic forms found in nature, Argot pieces exhibit a poetic and thoughtful aesthetic. The name "Argot" derives from the French word for "colorful slang," which is commonly used by Parisians in their everyday language.

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