These Made By Loef Lights are the craftmanship of Pim Loef. He has a foundation in art and design and has spent years creating sculptures from metal and wood. His journey led him to work on grand festival stages and artistic installations. Now, he is fusing his experiences with the endless possibilities of 3D printing to craft unique lamps that seamlessly blend aesthetics and functionality. Pim Loef is part of the HH55 Collective.


In the pursuit of sustainable design, careful consideration is given to materials – their sourcing, composition, and environmental impact. Many products showcased here are crafted using recycled materials and biodegradable substances, with PLA (Polylactic Acid) being a prominent example. PLA, derived from renewable sources like corn starch or sugarcane, is both biodegradable and compostable. more information about PLA

most of the wood used in the products is recycled


The shelves themselves create the product. Utilizing modern techniques like 3D printing enables the creation of a variety of products without the requirement for extensive assembly lines or large-scale shipping. This not only reduces the environmental footprint but also diminishes the necessity for vast warehouses. Moreover, products are typically manufactured upon order placement, reducing waste and optimizing resource utilization.