Krista Leahy

Designtree's Recycled Ledge Lamp Creates a Space to Showcase Your Books

by , 04/13/11

designtree, recycled material, green lamps, ledge lamp, new zealand design, tim wigmore, eco product design, re-purposed materials, flexible design

Just in time for the Milan Furniture Fair, Designtree‘s Tim Wigmore has unveiled a multifunctional lamp constructed from recycled shot-blasted aluminum and vibrant plastic panel scraps. Dubbed the Ledge, this clever piece is a calculated collection of colors and angles that sheds light on the importance of reducing our waste and repurposing materials.

designtree, recycled material, green lamps, ledge lamp, new zealand design, tim wigmore, eco product design, re-purposed materials, flexible design

Measuring 464 mm x 538 mm x 235 mm, the lamp can be affixed to the wall, hung as a pendant, set as a shelf/light box, and much more. The flexible design can be adapted to any user’s needs, and encourages experimentation. Wellington, New Zealand-based Designtree focuses on creating gorgeous furnishings that help people reconnect with their possessions and take pride in what the own, in turn discouraging conspicuous consumption.

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