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Bubble Chandelier is an Effervescent Light Fixture Made of 60 Recycled Soda Bottles

by , 06/13/11

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The effervescent Bubble Chandelier truly lives up to its name with its globular shape and fun form. Designed by Shaun Kasperbauer, this finalist in our Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition was inspired by – you guessed it – bubbles and is appropriately made out of bottles that formerly held one of the fizziest substances on Earth – soda. If you want to see the Bubble Chandelier “rise” to the top in the competition – vote for it today!

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  1. vakilidonighi August 2, 2012 at 12:58 am

    Just beautiful

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