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Schwarzes Gold Lamp: Ingo Schuppler Blends Ergonomics And Eco-Friendly Design

The world of fashion and design move forward at a rapid pace and that inherently means that what is considered ‘in’ today can fade out pretty quickly. That is precisely why incorporating a ‘timeless’ décor of furniture items into your home’s design is such an essential part of ‘going green’. With eco-consciousness on the rise in both consumers and designers, products like the Schwarzes Gold Lamp make perfect sense. But unlike many other self-proclaimed green lamps, this one is does a lot more than save up on electricity by using LED lights.

Designed by Ingo Schuppler the gorgeous Schwarzes Gold tells a story of energy consumption, recycling and bio-degradable materials in a beautiful form. The design of the pendant lamp lamp itself is stylish and elegant while blending in with most contemporary homes. The use of charcoal and copper give it a dark black exterior and a bright orange hue on the inside. Its understated look and graceful form ensure that it remains relevant even several years down the line.

Its creator Ingo Schuppler tries to get across the principles of sustainable design and responsible choices in a creative fashion. The use of charcoal reminds us of our dependence on coal as the largest source of producing electricity across the globe. The lamp has been crafted completely with natural materials and the process of crafting the lamp also uses low-energy baking to ensure there is as little fuel consumed as possible.

Even without the ‘eco-friendly’ overtones, the Schwarzes Gold is a striking lamp that most of us would gladly invite into our own homes. The story of sustainability that it brings along with is the icing on the cake!

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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