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Horca Libanesa Lamp

Horca Libanesa Lamp

Dec 09 2011, 12:00 am 0 Marco Russo

For the column dedicated to the lighting design, today we show you the table lamp created by the Spanish designer Javier Pardillo Armuña, during the workshop “Let’s trash together” held by Regis-R (prince of plastic). A directional light solution, thanks to a top that can be rotated freely around the central axis, but characterized mainly because of its unusual name “Horca Libanesa” a clear reference to the shape resembling that of a scaffold, and the material constitution of the structure, which is based only on the use of waste materials, elements of different types recovered, reprocessed and assembled.

Designer: Javier Pardillo Armuna

Tags: creative design designer furniture lamp light lighting plastic recycled sustainable wood

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