Lamp egg by Monterrarro

Ever wondered what cool stuff you could make out of leftover eggsshelves?

Antonio Garcia and Pâmela Oliveira wanted to provoke the public with the new Monterraro Studio collection — and they succeeded. The duo wanted to use a different and unusual raw material to create the collection. Looking at the plate itself and at the chickens on the family farm, they found in the ordinary, in an egg, what would become extraordinary.

“This collection has the Brazilian identity at its core — and that, in itself, already speaks about its personality. The egg is the most consumed animal protein in the country, but nobody expects to see it in a sculpture or a table lamp. The most interesting thing about Casca is this: she manages to transform something absolutely common into something absolutely unexpected”, defends Pâmela.

Eggs are the animal protein most consumed by Brazilians, but their shells tend to end up in common waste. To get so many eggs, they combined their work with that of a company that sells already separated egg whites and yolks to representatives of the food industry in Rio Grande do Sul. The shells that, until then, were discarded, are now reused.

Size: 22H x 32W
Colour: White

6,999.00 6999.0 ZAR 6,999.00


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