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KNIXHULT

table lamp

37x Ø26 cm bamboo/handmade

24,99

Article no: 703.585.24

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Product details

Key features

When we developed the KNIXHULT lamp series, we let parts of the bamboo plant, that otherwise would be discarded, become part of the expression ― meaning we harness each plant more than twice as much.

Gives a soft glowing light, that gives your home a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Each lamp is unique since it is made of bamboo with natural colour variations and is hand-woven by skilled craftspeople.

Assembled size

Max.:13 W
Height:37 cm
Diameter:26 cm
Cord length:2,0 m

Package size & weight


Article no: 703.585.24
Packages: 1
Length: 39 cm
Width: 29 cm
Height: 23 cm
Weight Gross: 0,92 kg
Weight Net: 0,41 kg

Store location

Find it in the store

1 x KNIXHULT table lamp Article no: 703.585.24 1 package(s)
Find it in Lighting department

Care instructions

Dust the lamp with a duster.

Good to know

Light bulb sold separately. IKEA recommends LED bulb E27 globe opal white.

This product bears the CE mark.

Bamboo

Bamboo is stronger and more flexible than most wood, as it has longer fibres. It can grow up to one metre per day and produces twice as much oxygen compared to other wood species. The bamboo that IKEA uses is ready for harvest after 4-6 years. Bamboo is a grass, not a tree, and does not need replanting. It not only grows like grass, but spreads like grass.

From waste to mood lighting

The KNIXHULT lamp series is a small but important step towards making all of our products 100% circular by 2030. To better understand what it means for a bamboo lamp, we travelled to Vietnam and studied the entire process from growing to weaving. There we discovered that bamboo parts with slightly darker colour tones are often discarded. In KNIXHULT, these parts instead enhance the expression and this means that we use over double the materials from each plant.

Designer Emma Olbers

"The idea with KNIXHULT was to make a lamp with a minimal environmental footprint. That’s why we chose bamboo – a carbon-positive material which removes more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it adds. At the factory, we discovered that bamboo with darker colour tones was discarded, so we made a pattern that allows for greater variation. I'm glad we've used a carbon-positive material, harnessed more raw material and made a natural-looking lamp that lasts a long time."

Designer

Emma Olbers

Environment

Possible to separate for recycling or energy recovery if available in your community. By using a fast-growing, renewable material like bamboo in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials. We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways. Renewable materials, as opposed to fossil and finite materials, come from living sources that can be regenerated at the same rate as they are used up.

Materials

Bamboo, Clear lacquer

Assembly instructions

Advice instructions

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KNIXHULT table lamp
Story

From waste to mood lighting

The KNIXHULT lamp series is made of bamboo and is a small but important step towards our goal of having 100% circular products by 2030. But what does circular actually mean? Among other things, we are to only use recycled or renewable materials, and that all of our products are recyclable. To better understand what it means for a bamboo lamp, we travelled to Vietnam and studied the entire process from growing to weaving. The result – KNIXHULT.

It was with a supplier in Vietnam that product developer Anna Granath and the team realised that less than 20% of the bamboo plant is used when weaving home furnishings. The rest is sorted to be used as fuel. "Often, there is nothing wrong with the quality, the sorted bamboo just has minor colour variations", says Anna, who found those variations interesting. "We took a pile of discarded bamboo for test weaving and the result was so beautiful and genuine. It became even more beautiful when the skilled craftspeople at our weaving centre took over".

Easy to recycle

On site in Vietnam, Anna and the team could also adapt the lamp's construction. Not only for it to take up limited space during transport, but for it to be easy to take apart when it’s time for recycling. "The bamboo lamp shade is treated with a water-based lacquer and should be sorted separately, while the cord and lamp holder should be sorted as electrical waste", says Anna. "But before being recycled, of course it will have provided beautiful lighting for many years".

Looking after the earth's resources

For Anna, KNIXHULT became something more than a lamp with nice lighting. The whole project gave her a useful insight. "I think we all need to see the earth's resources with new eyes and question why some of it is seen as waste. KNIXHULT is a small step in the right direction. By allowing a natural expression to shine, we can use 65% of bamboo instead of just 20%."


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