Yuka Yoneda

Bubble Chandelier is an Effervescent Light Fixture Made from Recycled Soda Bottles

by , 04/20/11

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The Bubble Chandelier is an effervescent eco-friendly light constructed out of 2 liter soda bottles. Designed by Shaun Kasperbauer, the fixture is named for the shadows it casts which mimic the shape of soap bubbles. The bottles are connected by hand with small bolts, and by utilizing post-consumer packaging, each chandelier upcycles sixty plastic bottles. The resulting piece emphasizes the beauty of materials which are commonly thought of as quite ordinary.

+ Shaun Kasperbauer

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2 Comments

  1. kat12678 April 26, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    I love this.. what a great idea! Unless you were told it was made out of soda bottles you would never know. I am redecorating some Uptown Charlotte Condos and I’m definitely going to see if my clients would be interested in using something like this. Thanks for sharing!

  2. ana borba April 23, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    hello nice that work! we are from Brazil and we have much experience with reuse of materials. know the site: http://www.lixiki.com.br

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