Named after the Korean verb ‘to put in’, the Dami furniture & lighting collection, designed by Seung Yong Song, is inspired by the form of baskets. The conventional Korean grill design ensures that each of the products is lightweight but sturdy at the same time. The collection is made using CNC  processing techniques and is crafted from Valchromat. This eco-friendly material is a wood fibre board that has been coloured throughout and is made from forest waste, residue from timber mills and recycled pine. The manufacturing process is very environmentally friendly and the production site has zero carbon emissions. Thanks to this particular production technique, this product range is extremely modern but it still manages to retain a very traditional sense of beauty. And I’m pretty sure that the shadows created by those lights would create some impressive effects. I’m certainly a fan. What about you?