Stunning Decon Light Made from Discarded Fencing Materials

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Stunning Decon Light Made from Discarded Fencing Materials by Kate Rusek



Constructed from discarded fencing materials, Kate Rusek's Decon Lamp is made of LDPE fence slats and waste bailing wire in a combination that reveals a new perspective of these mundane materials. Taking cues from the former companion chain-link fence, the lamp is constructed as a flexible grid. The piece highlights the value in materials that often seem forgettable and disposable. Combined with low-energy LED bulbs, the design engages the disengaged in discussing issues of waste, conservation, and resource use.

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6 Responses to “Stunning Decon Light Made from Discarded Fencing Materials”

  1. rkhalidi@bellsouth.net says:

    I am delighted to see this amazing use of materials, and design, and hope Kate continues to help re-shape our planet as well!!!

  2. oldfarrell says:

    Beautiful!!!!

  3. cdcarr says:

    Really spectacular! I like the way it segments the light in each direction. And that fencing would never have seen a reuse!

  4. MJoan says:

    Best one by far

  5. tealbunbury says:

    This is a wonderful design. Thank you for showcasing it and congratulations Kate…

  6. jackie_d says:

    This really is a cool decon light. I don’t think I could hang it in my home, but it looks the kind of fixture you’d see at a hipster bar or a contemporary art show. In fact, I could totally see Dan Steinhilber doing an exhibit using fencing materials.

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