Eco-Friendly – Mushlume Hemi Pendant

WHY CUR8 LOVES IT!

We are amazed by the material innovation and craftsmanship in these pendants by award-winning designer, Danielle Trofe. These pendants are gown, not manufactured, from mushroom-based mycelium and enable us to imagine a much more sustainable future. Plus, their design savvy, natural and organic aesthetic means we don’t have to sacrifice beautiful interiors for eco-friendly goodness.

MSRP: $455 (medium), $625 (large)
Minimum Order Quantity: 5

COLLECTION:
MushLume
LEAD TIME:
6-8 weeks
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ABOUT DANIELLE TROFE DESIGN

Danielle Trofe Design is a Brooklyn-based design studio that promotes a function-forward, sustainable and socially responsible approach to furniture and lighting design. By harnessing innovative technologies and material sciences to create functional and accessible design, Danielle aims to encourage a departure from conventional materials and production techniques in search of long-term, sustainable solutions.

Danielle Trofe Design
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Product Type

Lighting

Collection

MushLume

Material

Agricultural Byproducts, Mycelium

Size

Large, Medium, Small

Lead Time

6-8 weeks

What if instead of making products out of petroleum-based plastics and non-renewable materials, we used natural, sustainable materials? What if instead of our goods ending up in landfills, they could biodegrade in our backyards? The MushLume lighting collection redefines what interior objects are made from and encourages a departure from conventional materials. By tapping into a unique material science such as mushroom mycelium, we can begin to re-imagine a more sustainable future. All the lamps are GROWN, not manufactured, from mushrooms. Through a partnership with Ecovative, we are able to grow lamp shades using their extensive mushroom mycelium research, tested technology and patented growing process. The growth process uses agricultural byproducts, such as seed husks and corn stalks, and combines them with liquid mushroom mycelium. The mycelium then binds with these components and grows for several days in custom molds. When the growth process is complete, the material is heated and dried, ending the growth cycle. At the end of its life, the mushroom material can be broken into smaller pieces, then added to your backyard compost to fully biodegrade! The mushroom material can be left natural or can be hand-painted with non-toxic, all natural milk paint. Please inquire about custom color options. Technical Info: Large: Pre-wired ceiling mounted E26/27, 60 watts Small: 15 ft cord, portable with plug E12, 25 watts 120V, 60 Hz

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