They call them “Seamstresses of Light”. They are the women who are experts in “tailoring” the materials treated by Slamp, who with their skills are capable of transforming a sheet of Lentiflex® technopolymer into a pleated surface like that of a fabric or accordion. As in the case of the Accordéon collection designed by Marc Sadler as a suspension lamp and now also available in the new table version. The processing method introduced for the first time by Sadler entails Lentiflex® being heated until it reaches the “softening point”, a state in which it can be manipulated to acquire its characteristic appearance and draped without losing transparency, brilliance or resistance. Just as happens in the processing of a fabric, they explain at Slamp, “the soft and silky aesthetic effect of the diffuser is not attainable by using any machinery or tool, but only with the delicacy, care and passion of the careful hands of our workers.” Sartorial, architectural virtuosity (as for Cordoba or Dome), or inspired by the world of nature (as for the new Veli Foliage and Lafleur models) is the DNA of the lighting company. without neglecting practicality and simplicity of maintenance. In the case of the Accordéon Table lamp, for example, the shade and base are fitted with a magnetic connection and two independent bulbs to allow easy cleaning and double switching.