We're so excited to present the Zephyr lamp — our first foray into human/AI design collaboration. We began by taking the Wavy Lamp as the basis for further experimentation. Through a back and forth process of prompting the AI and making modifications by hand, we were able to generate a wide variety of forms and textures. The forms we then rebuilt by hand and applied the generated textures to the forms (we showed a little bit of this BTS in this reel).
Our hope is that the Zephyr lamp is the first of many collaborative projects we work on with AI — we've only just started and it seems that we've only scratched the surface.
Designed and Printed in Brooklyn
We design, manufacture, assemble, and ship all of our products on a made-to-order basis from our small studio in Brooklyn, New York.
We use recycled PETG and PLA as the raw material for 3d printing our lamps and lampshades. Giving second life to plastics
Materials: Recycled PLA & PET; TPE cord with switch and flat wall plug; brass strain relief
Bulb (included): 6W LED 2700K (soft warm white)
Size: 14" H x 9" ⌀
Weight: 1.3 lbs
[Wooj] combines digital design tools with new materials like bioplastics derived from corn to make their line of lighting affordable for everyone.
The design has a great ethereal vibe that really lights up a space, giving it a dreamy, airy feel.
The Brooklyn-based studio's manufacturing is selective, ecological, and made possible by robotics.
Wooj offers an array of gorgeously ethereal designs that feel futuristic but still warm and inviting
It’s by far the most commented-on piece in my home and becomes a topic of conversation when a new guest spots it.
Love this lamp. Design is so cool and it looks gorgeous in person. Favorite lamp in the house.
The Zephyr Lamp
This is my second Wooj lamp and I couldn't be happier. The darker shade means when the light is turned on, you get to see every beautiful detail of the design. I have it on a corner shelf in my office and the shadow it casts on the wall is stunning. The light itself is pretty soft so I wouldn't recommend if you're looking for full illumination but as an accent lamp, it's just perfect.