Posts Tagged ‘lighting’
The Spettro and Fantasma Chandeliers by Volume And Void are laser cut from 3mm cast acrylic sheet. (And they are awesome :))
This years ICFF in New York showcased these ingenious lightshades made from repurposed materials.
Plastic Spoon Chandelier by Daisuke Hiraiwa
Toothpick Chandelier also by Daisuke Hiraiwa
Sweater Sleeve Lamp by Sara Ebert
Twice Recycled Scrap Cardboard Lights by Graypants
A selection of very cool conversation pieces from the world of transportation….
Airplane Desk, made from the wing of a 1944 Douglas DC-3 by Dolph Bode via GreenUpgrader
Lamp from a reclaimed train signal lens by Greenlight Concepts
Reclaimed Traffic Light Lamps by Greenlight Concepts
Reclaimed Railway Sleeper Chest from Gila Timur UK
“For the Saloni di Mobile in Milano we built a workshop in Galleria Nilufar.
Instead of finished products we brought 8 kg of kelp from Japan and Ireland and our tools with us and produced the finished pieces in the gallery. There was a real buzz about the new material and our visitors were very excited to be able to see the whole working process and touch the material in its different stages of production: dried, re-hydrated, stretched, varnished, unvarnished.”
Re-Lights by Jerry Kott
Biro light by enPieza!
Silverware chandelier by Ali Siahvoshi for Fabbian via Curbly.com
Plastic bottle lighting by Johanna Keimeyer via Treehugger.com
Cascade water bottle chandelier by Michelle Brand via Inhabitat.com
(Ok I’ve mentioned Michelle before but she’s worth mentioning again!)
Other Peoples’ Rubbish by Heath Nash via PingMag
Shuttlecock lighting by Gitta Gschwendtner via Haute*Nature
Metro Metal Washer Light by Tammy Roy via The Alternative Consumer