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Hip Handcrafted Pendant Lamps Made from Recycled Beer Bottles
Posted By Diane Pham On September 8, 2010 @ 4:30 pm In Design,Green Interiors,Green Lighting,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 2 Comments
Germans are well-known for their stellar beers, so it’s no wonder that the country is brewing a mix of international designers inspired by the locally bottled beverages. Designed by François-Xavier Loucheur for Kix Studio , the Flaschenlampe is a nouveau lighting piece made out of beer and soda bottles collected off the streets of Berlin. As hip and unique as the city itself, each lamp is a ready-made project assembled with an array of unconventional materials and no glue. As fans of recycled  and eco-friendly examples of interior  illumination, we can definitely say ‘Prost!’ to that!
+ Kix Studio 
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 Kix Studio: http://www.kixberlin.com/
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 + Kix Studio: http://www.kixberlin.com
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