If it’s about Hungarian porcelain, then it’s Zsolnay, Herendi and the characteristic products of Mlamp. Maria Fatér’s Mlamp is a unique and individual lamp shop. When I first saw one of her lamps, I was really impressed, the idea is so simple and brilliant, the construction is unusual and the result is so attractive that you cannot pass by it without noticing.
In the beginning Maria created lamp bodies from antique porcelain place settings, cups, pots, but today she also uses various recyclable materials such as toys, cookies, boots etc.
Mlamp’s success story started in 2009 when Maria stopped working as a stylist and gave birth to her daughter. Due to her antique dealer grandparents she became obsessed with porcelain and has a wide collection at home. One day she piled up some of her porcelain objects and made her first lamp with her father’s help for a friend’s birthday.
Maria’s lamps and chandeliers brought her recognition both in Hungary and abroad – she became designer of the year in 2010, WAMP’s designer of the month (April, 2011) and her lamps even decorated the Justus Lipsius building (headquarters of the Council of EU).
Contact Maria on Facebook or via email for appointment at the showroom, if you are looking for a really special & stylish lamp for your home, Mlamp’s collections might be what you are looking for.