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Urchin lamp

Urchin lamp

Nov 04 2011, 12:00 am 0 Marco Russo

Today for the Friday column dedicated to the lighting design, we will show a low-cost lighting solution, created by Greek designer Konstantinos Makropodis. An eco-friendly prototype made ​​entirely with a single sheet of recycled cardboard, laser cut and with a size of 50×70 cm. A monolithic sculpture that resembles a sea urchin, a lamp that exploiting the particular structure leaves on the walls a light capable of producing fascinating visual effects and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Designer: Konstantinos Makropodis

Tags: art cardboard creative design designer eco furniture lamp light lighting recycled sustainable

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