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Torafu Architects's Sparkling Raindrop Lights are Made From Recycled Fluorescent Bulbs

by , 04/02/14

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Torafu Architects collaborated with a glass artist for their latest design adventure. “Water Balloon” is a magical light installation made from 36 pendant lights shaped like raindrops. The handcrafted, unique lamps feature tiny air bubbles that help diffuse the light.

Related: Magical OLED Installation by Torafu Architects Is Inspired By Cherry Blossoms

The light drops are made from recycled fluorescent lamps and they emit a warm ethereal light, creating a dreamy space where visitors can lose themselves for a moment. “Water Balloon” was designed for the “Eco & Art Award 2014″ exhibition presented by Konica Minolta at the Konica Minolta Plaza Gallery.

+ Torafu Architects

+ Milan Furniture Fair

Photos by Masaki Ogawa

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