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Dazzling Cascade Chandelier is Made From Chains of Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowers

Posted By Ana Lisa On June 14, 2011 @ 9:36 am In Bright Ideas,Design,Environment,Green Design Competitions,Green Lighting,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 2 Comments

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British designer Michelle Brand [1]‘s Cascade Lancashire Ceiling Lights [2] are an eco-friendly twist on the iconic chandelier. Made from hanging flower-shaped bottle bases cleverly attached together by plastic tagger tails, this lamp was inspired by the beauty of everyday objects and would make a magnificent feature for any living area. This brilliant plastic waterfall [2]comes in many different colored shades and its length can vary according to the look you’re going for. If you love this fantastic recycled bottle light [2], don’t forget to vote for it before our Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competiton [3] closes in a few hours!


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[1] Michelle Brand: http://www.michellebrand.co.uk/

[2] Cascade Lancashire Ceiling Lights: http://inhabitat.com/bright-ideas-competition/michelle-brands-cascading-soda-bottle-chandeliers/

[3] Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competiton: http://inhabitat.com/announcing-the-finalists-of-the-bright-ideas-lighting-design-competition/

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