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Modular Sprig Lamp Transforms Into an Array of Eco-Friendly Lighting Options

Posted By Diane Pham On January 11, 2011 @ 4:43 pm In Design,Green Interiors,Green Lighting | No Comments

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The Sprig lamp is a clever design¬†inspired by the growth of plants. Made from recycled plastic [1], each “sprig” of lamp can be transformed into a pendant light, or for a greater illumination, multiple sprigs can be stacked to build a floor lamp or arranged into a chandelier.¬†The Sprig takes a standard CFL bulb [2] and can easily be assembled and dissembled into new shapes to meet your lighting needs.

+ Victor Vetterlein [3]

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[1] recycled plastic: http://inhabitat.com/affresol-makes-modular-homes-out-of-recycled-plastic/

[2] CFL bulb: http://inhabitat.com/ikea-is-the-first-us-retailer-to-officially-stop-selling-incandescent-bulbs/

[3] + Victor Vetterlein: http://victorvetterlein.com/

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