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Loom Pendant Lamps Woven From Recycled Polyester Bedding
Posted By Diane Pham On March 25, 2011 @ 12:25 pm In green Interiors,Green Lighting | No Comments
These smoothly sculpted Loom pendant lamps  are made from a new woven organic polyester material developed by Benjamin Hubert  for Swedish manufacturer Zero. The polyester was originally sourced from the bedding industry, and the finished textile  is surprisingly versatile — it is strong enough to be stretched around complex forms, but transparent enough to diffuse the light through its dense network of fibers. The lovely lamps offer a new spin on traditional Chinese lanterns, making them a perfect way to add a soft source of light to any space.
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