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

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On April 20, 2011 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Green Lighting,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 2 Comments

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The Bubble Chandelier is an effervescent eco-friendly light constructed out of 2 liter soda bottles. Designed by Shaun Kasperbauer [1], 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 [1]

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