Lamp Coated with Coffee

Lamp Coated with Coffee

COFFIRE pendant lamp uses recycled coffee grounds as the sustainable pigment to form random porcelain surface patterns and textures through the innovation of the ancient pit firing technique from pottery making.

During the low-temperature firing process, the interaction between the biodiesel and the sugar in coffee grounds, oxidises to red matter, forming a random texture on the surface of the ceramics.

Design: Zhekai Zhang Design

www.zhekaizhangdesign.com

The design has got originally published in the August Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine.

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