Lamp 01 x NKF — Industrial Design (2023)

 Office of Possibilities, a multidisciplinary design firm known for merging architecture and product design, recently joined forces with Norrmalms Kartongfabrik, a producer of exquisite packaging rooted in century-old technology. Their collaboration resulted in an extraordinary project during the Stockholm Creative Edition 2023: a desk lamp made entirely out of cardboard.

The seamless partnership between Office of Possibilities and Norrmalms Kartongfabrik showcased the synergy between their expertise. The former brought their innovative design thinking, while the latter contributed their legacy in high-end packaging. Together, they embarked on a condensed timeline, swiftly conceptualizing, prototyping, producing, and launching the limited edition lamp, consisting of just 100 pieces.

The cardboard desk lamp embodies a range of unique features. Firstly, its eco-friendly materials align with the growing demand for sustainable designs. The lamp's customizable assembly process allows users to personalize their lighting experience, fostering a sense of ownership and creativity. Additionally, the lamp's aesthetic appeal captivates with its clean lines and minimalist design, seamlessly blending into any space.At the Stockholm Creative Edition 2023, the release of the limited edition lamps created a buzz of excitement and intrigue among attendees. Design enthusiasts marveled at the lamp's ingenuity and commitment to environmental consciousness.

The lamp garnered significant acclaim within the design community. Its innovative use of cardboard and its ability to challenge conventional materials received accolades. Positive feedback poured in, praising the lamp's functionality, aesthetic allure, and sustainability.In summary, the collaborative project between Office of Possibilities and Norrmalms Kartongfabrik achieved resounding success, pushing the boundaries of sustainable and innovative product design. The cardboard desk lamp stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and the potential to reimagine everyday objects with eco-consciousness and aesthetic brilliance.