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Etienne Esmenjaud’s Perforated Flat-Pack Lamps Are Made from Felt and Sustainable Wood
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On May 29, 2012 @ 5:56 pm In carousel showcase,Green Lighting,Green Materials,Sustainable Materials | No Comments
These amazing perforated pendant lamps are the creation of product designer Etienne Esmenjaud . By using low-impact and easy to handle materials, such as FSC wood and felt, he is able to laser-cut, pierce and assemble the resulting two-dimensional shapes into three-dimensional functional objects that provide plenty of light. His Bud Lampshades  (seen above) are made from six easy to join panels that also fold flat for easy portability.
Via G.Blog 
Photo © Etienne Esmenjaud
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URLs in this post:
 Etienne Esmenjaud: http://etienneesmenjaud.com/
 Lampshades: http://inhabitat.com/brilliant-recycled-cardboard-plamp-lamp-is-its-own-packaging/
 G.Blog: http://blog.gessato.com/2012/05/12/bud-lampshade-by-etienne-esmenjaud-for-desinature/
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