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Justyna Poplawska Creates Sugar-Like Crystalline Lamps from Recycled Materials
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On June 29, 2012 @ 3:20 pm In Green Lighting,Green Materials,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Polish designer Justyna Poplawska  has been experimenting with light  and glass for several years now. Her latest creation is a cool pendant lamp called ‘Luna’, and it looks good enough to eat! While the sugar-like material isn’t edible, it is just as sweet with its recycled glass and bio-resin structure. The stunning lamp emits a soft and calming light, creating the perfect ambience for late night dinners.
Justyna Poplawska graduated from the Product Design Department at Copenhagen’s Danish Design School , where she has been working with recycled glass  from household products. She enjoys giving objects a poetic feeling with the use of traditional crafting methods and innovative materials. If you like Luna, check out her Fungi  light, made from the same material!
Photo © Justyna Poplawska
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URLs in this post:
 Justyna Poplawska: http://justynapoplawska.com/
 light: http://inhabitat.com/findelkinds-hanging-lights-are-made-from-reused-cooking-whisks/
 Danish Design School: http://www.dkds.dk/
 recycled glass: http://inhabitat.com/lucrimas-creates-a-beautiful-coat-hanger-from-recycled-glass-bottles/
 Fungi: http://justynapoplawska.com/id.100010.Fungi
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