Friday, 15 October 2010

Recycled lights

Here are a few of my favourites. 

Designed by Willem Heeffer, these up-cycled pendant lights are made from salvaged soup cans from Dublin’s many restaurants and cafes. For more information visit Fuse Finds

Sarah Turner specialises in making decorative lighting from waste plastic drinks bottles. The bottles are collected from local cafes and households.

Cola 30 - Thirty 500ml plastic Coca Cola bottles have been reused to make this gorgeous and innovative decorative lampshade. The inner base is made from recycled card.

Daisy - is made from 12 two litre plastic drinks bottles. For more information visit Sarah Turner

Madeleine Boulesteix's chandeliers are handmade from old kitchen utensils. For more information visit Madeleine Boulesteix

The Optical chandelier is created from over 4500 prescription spectacle lenses.

The Tide chandelier is made from a collection of clear and translucent plastic debris washed up on a specific stretch of Kent coastline. For more information visit Stuart Haygarth

The Lotus Pendant light is made from six pack beer rings and a soft drink can. For more information visit Releve Design

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