The Mater Lathe Lamp is a contemporary and sculptural piece of luminaire designed by the Danish architects Jesper K. Thomsen and Sanne Traberg. The body and legs of the lamp is turned in wood after old crafts traditions. The name of the lamp refers to the small turning tool the craftsmen uses when making the body and legs.
All lighting in the Mater Collection are made of materials that have sustainable elements from recycled aluminium to certified wood. Common for all our collections is that the light sources are the newest LED technology which is the most sustainable source of lighting we have today. The LED we use saves up to 85 percent energy compared to old energy sources and can last up to twenty years. It is Maters policy to conduct business in compliance with both national and international laws. Together with our core values we comply with internationally recognized standards. We have a zero tolerance towards corruption and are committed to work proactively to prevent bribes and eliminate facilitation payments.