The COURO organic lamp in La Dichosa’s report for AD Spain

For the April issue of Architectural Digest Spain, the photography studio La Dichosa, specialized in fashion, produced the report “The biophilia effect” on sustainable design lamps.

Ceci Ferrero, an expert upcycling designer who practices slow design, has created for Let’s Pause this collection of lamps that explores the use of a 100% organic material and that takes advantage of  the versatility of a natural fiber with an exercise in simplicity. COURO is made from the particularly resistant and malleable leaves of an American palm tree that provide a warm cocoa colour and a vegetable leather texture. The result is a sculptural lamp that projects a sensual and mysterious light, which filters through the irregular openings.

The model in La Dichosa report wears  clothes from sustainable materials like linen and organic cotton, and the makeup and hair products are vegan and cruelty-free. We are proud to participate in this creative project that shows us, through art, how the products we use, both clothes and accessories in our home, are an expression of our beliefs and our actions to take care of the planet and build a more sustainable future.



– Art Direction, Photography & Styling: LA DICHOSA

– Art Direction & Interior Design: GÁRATE HAUSMANN

– Floral Art & Set design: STUDIO FLORAL

– Makeup & Hair: BOKEH MAKEUP



Natural accessories, aparición de prensa, press appearance Let's Pause, craftmanship, Natural décor, lighting, lamps, Natural materials, medioambiente, sustainability

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