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  • Soumya Vinod Kumar

    Brecce lamp collection by Marco Stefanelli eco » Retail Design Blog

  • ouaououaououaou

    Design D'objet | AA13 / Blog Design & Architecture / Inspiration / Tendance

  • Walter Gordy

    They are for example sawmill’s outlets, pieces of urban architecture, logs carried by the river, firewood

  • Carys Blake

    The Brecce Collection is a series of innovative lamps created by Italian designer Marco Stefanelli for the Milan Fuorisalone 2012. The designer gathered objects nearing the end of their lifespans and decided to give them a chance at regeneration. The gathered objects ranged from pieces of architecture to firewood; in each case the item was chosen due to its emotional resonance. Slices were cut into the objects and then filled with LED-embedded resin :: Lamps Made With Slices Of Light, Architizer

  • Francesca Barrientos

    Lamps Made From Salvaged Wood Embedded With LED Lights by Marco Stefanelli

  • Jessica Macdonald

    The unlikely mix of natural wood with resin and LED lights. Beeauut

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