Gallery: Designtree’s Recycled Ledge Lamp Creates a Space to Showcase Y...

 

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.

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.

+ Designtree

+ Milan Furniture Fair

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