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Brief Published: 15 Jul 2011

Heavy Cotton Lamp


Taking its name from the term for the weight of cotton used to manufacture T-shirts, Heavy Cotton is a hanging lamp – by Italian lighting brand Servomuto and Milan-based interior architecture office DWA – with cotton jersey cloth coverings that can be changed and replaced.

Presented in three sizes, the lights are composed of a handmade metal frame with fabric coverings printed in various marble patterns. A drawstring is attached to make removal a little easier.