Brigitta and Benedikt Martig-Imhof's
Spektral Paper Mobile
Mobiles are one of life's little pleasures. Which is why we find the Spektral kind of spec-taKular for its simplicity.
Delicate yet durable, these garlands of laser-cut velum paper are hand tied.
Think of them as a rainbow in any bedroom, classroom or office. A breath of air or heat animates the spiral movement.
A self-adhesive tack makes them easy to stick and re-stick to a ceiling or window-frame. Loosely wrap them around an energy-saving bulb or drape them on a table for a festive effect.
Swiss designers Briggita and Benedict Martig-Imhof founded Tät-Tat to produce playful items that well thought out, well packaged and ethically crafted. Through 20 workshops throughout Switzerland and Germany, they employ upwards of 300 craftspeople who happen to be physically or mentally challenged. But the couple say they are "not appealing to buyers' compassion but rather trying to be innovative and creative...the aim is to turn around a seeming weakness to make it a genuine strength.