Designer: J. Kubilinskaitė ir S. Tarvydas
Price: 240.00 €
Concrete impression from the inside and black ceramic effect from the outside creates a unique aesthetic appearance. It’s handmade and also made from sustainable recycled paper pulp. 10+ !
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Designer: Max Ashford
Price: Contact him by e-mail on his web
The wood is reclaimed off-cuts of seasoned white oak sourced locally (within 10 miles), that would of otherwise been burnt or sold as firewood, this is steam bent into the tight curve, using only water over a damaging, high embodied energy method like laminating. The lamp shade is a up-cycled wine bottle that I cut in half and frosted as to emit a warm soft light. The bulb is a low power LED GU10.
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Designer: Tom Allen
Made in Barcelona, removable 5 litre glass oil or wine bottles are placed on top of a beech timber base with the whole piece illuminated by a low energy Plumen lightbulb with an impressive 8 year life span.
Brand: Milk Design
Inspired by origami, this simple geometric lamp shade is made by a kind of sustainable and innovative Bamboo paper from Conqueror, the shape is held by pins.
Brand: Victor Vetterlein
American designer Victor Vetterlein has made a lamp out of egg boxes. A strong concept idea leads to an extraordinary form, and in this case it is a rebirth of what the designer sees as the beauty of the utilitarian forms. It is only fitting that the name is Trash Me, meaning “please recycle me when no longer useful or desired”.