Gallery: Edward Chew Creates Stunning Geometric Lamps From Recycled Tet...

 
Designer Edward Chew has created a stunning series of Tetra Pak light fixtures that are made entirely from recycled cartons. His intricate geometric designs are made by carefully cutting and folding strips of the material into triangular shapes, which are then assembled without the use of screws or glue. Chew's lamps cast a delicate net of shadows upon surrounding surfaces and are available in floor-based cylindrical pillars or suspended spheres of light. This brilliant design is the grand prize winner in our Bright Ideas Competition - if you're a fan of this stunning design, check it out along with the other amazing entries here!

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  2. lazyreader June 6, 2011 at 9:08 am

    3-2-1 happy new year!!!!!! Wait a minute, this isn’t Times Square…

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