The Jute Light is made of 50% jute fibres and 50% porcelain plaster. The combination of jute with plaster ensures that both materials reinforce each other. This is because the jute fibre acts as reinforcement in the plaster while creating a special and unique pattern. The strength and beauty of the material is emphasised in the minimalist design of the pendant lamp. The jute fibre used, shaped like fluff, comes from Forbo's flooring factory. This natural fibre is the only waste material resulting from the production of Forbo's linoleum. By working with this waste material, the linoleum becomes a zero-waste product. Gypsum, like glass, is endlessly recyclable and can be used widely once processed. Before the two materials are mixed together, the fibres are preferably given a natural colour bath, such as indigo, turmeric or red ochre.