The Saga of Lampverket
Discover the heart of Lampverket in stories from Lapland, summer memories from Gotland and the love for the timeless.
There is a place where the summer sun never sets, popularly called the village of the wayless. It is called Killingi and here we have our heritage. A place with vast mountain moors blooming with mountain green, starwort and meadowsweet. The Kaitum river that flows through the village is one of Europe's last untouched, with water from the mighty Kebnekaise. When the weather is clear, you can see the mountain in the distance. Here, aunt Gunvor wove table runners from newspaper and grandmother traded self-knitted Lovikka mittens for reindeer meat at the market. Grandfather welded his own drying rack with telephone cable as a rope, which could be hoisted high, high so that the cows could not reach to eat on the sheets. In this place, people have always looked around and made do with what they have. Big and barren and lonely. At the same time warmly reverent towards life and nature.
In such stories from the farm in Lapland lies the heart of Lampverket. But in the heart there are also memories of barefoot summer days on Gotland and walks in Stockholm's old inner-city quarters. In the love of the timeless, beautiful – to what happens can create and nature can give.
Our lamp frames are welded by skilled hands in Stockholm and powder coated with the best quality paint. We choose our fabrics with the greatest care – newly made organic or vintage washed with eco-friendly soap. We sew the screens ourselves, with the help of our local seamstress. Everything to make as small an impression as we can on the climate and as big an impression as possible in your home. Today, tomorrow and many years to come.