The lamp is called Bake me a cake, a name that is absolutely consistent with its visual concept. The name was taken from the cartoon "The cake with the file" , where the mother in this way was helping his son escape from jail, but here serves as a filling light, not files.
The fact is that these lamps are manufactured Norwegian prisoners from the prison not far from Bergen, with strict quality control, of course.
As a result, the output will get an interesting light and enough awareness to understand that the people in the colonies, too, can create something beautiful.
In any case, all the money received from the sale of fixtures Bake me a cake, the designers Morten & Jonas promised to spend on the creation of educational activities for prisoners. Their project's objective is to give prisoners the opportunity to engage in creative activity, to change their way of thinking and acting.
Since 2013, the "Bake me a cake" lamp is an integral part of the collection at Northern Lighting and was a complete success. The combination of the design, the product name and the background story resulted as a functional and well-finished product.
The lamp is made of natural elements including oak, steel and tinted glass through which light becomes subdued and perfect for the evening lighting. Lamp cover is removable, so it’s not a problem to change the bulb when it stops working.
The aim of Northern Lighting is to create and inspire. This is achieved through the conception of original ideas so unique that conventional methods appear utterly outdated.
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