Beautiful lighting, in woven wood, by Louise Tucker from the UK, at Designersblock at Zona Tortona, in Milan. Louise is a woven textile designer based in Wales. Her studio practice focuses on the …

Shoal lamp: 284 bone china fishes make an intricate light sculpture. By Dominic Bromley

Shoal lamp: 284 bone china fishes make an intricate light sculpture. By Dominic Bromley

Glowing Nourishment Lamp Made From Plastic Bottles by Carolyn Joan Lau  Designer Carolyn Joan Lau uses materials produced by her own kitchen -- her family's center of nurturing and nourishment and the source of the most household waste. The Nourishment Floor Lamps are made of yakult bottles and plastic ties. The plastic bottles are kept in their original form but perforated at their ends and simply assembled with the ties. The effect achieved is a soft diffused glowing sculpture. The plastic…

Glowing Nourishment Lamp Made From Plastic Bottles by Carolyn Joan Lau Designer Carolyn Joan Lau uses materials produced by her own kitchen -- her family's center of nurturing and nourishment and the source of the most household waste. The Nourishment Floor Lamps are made of yakult bottles and plastic ties. The plastic bottles are kept in their original form but perforated at their ends and simply assembled with the ties. The effect achieved is a soft diffused glowing sculpture. The plastic…

Edward Chew's Tetra Pak Origami Lamps by Ed Chew  These stunning lamps designed by Edward Chew are made from recycled Tetra Pak cartons which were cut into strips, folded into hundreds of pieces, and then assembled without the use of any adhesives. The designer was able to create a variety of different lamp styles using the same origami module, and says that individuals can use it to create their own lamps. This design is a fantastic example of  how a waste product can be re-purposed into a…

Edward Chew's Tetra Pak Origami Lamps by Ed Chew These stunning lamps designed by Edward Chew are made from recycled Tetra Pak cartons which were cut into strips, folded into hundreds of pieces, and then assembled without the use of any adhesives. The designer was able to create a variety of different lamp styles using the same origami module, and says that individuals can use it to create their own lamps. This design is a fantastic example of how a waste product can be re-purposed into a…

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