Wildfor lamp

Posted on August 26, 2010 in Eco design, Lighting Design

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Wildfor lamp is designet by Luca Gnizio – an industrial designer from Milan. Luca currently working on post-consumer design in the firm conviction that the life of many discarded products can be further extended by transforming them into beautiful and useful articles. Wildfor lamp was  made entirely from recycled materials. Sections from a clothes rack are used for the stem of the lamp. Two centrally aligned fan grills form the “petals” of the “venus fly trap”.

Photographer: Serena Riccardi Design: Luca Gnizio

 

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