marble flare uses recycled marble dirt from carrara

July 1, 2018 - table lamp

Product Description

Through regard and investigate during several trips to a city of Carrara, Italy, Selce Studio were impressed by a suit of a marble attention and of a rubbish and it shortly became their idea to find a unsentimental use for this rubbish and some-more generally for this material, as it is primarily used for a cultured and viewed value.

 

The outcome is a brick done list lamp, done of transparent acrylic and recycled marble dust. By withdrawal a dirt giveaway to move, a user is speedy to correlate with this product and by doing so to correlate with a surrounding space and a approach light affects it.

 

The chain of a light tuber in an off-centered position means that a flare will chuck a opposite volume of light depending on that face it is resting on.

 

This product is designed in a UK, and done in Italy.

source ⦿ https://www.designboom.com/shop/design/marble-lamp-uses-recycled-marble-dust-to-create-an-organic-lamp-shade-selce-07-02-2018/

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