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Nourishment Lamp Takes the Lead in the Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition!

Posted By Jessica Dailey On June 11, 2011 @ 12:15 pm In Bright Ideas,Contests,Features,Green Design Competitions,Green Lighting | No Comments

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Our Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition [1] is nearing its end, but the battle for the best is still raging on. In fact, Carolyn Joan Lau’s Nourishment Lamp [2] has just shot to the top of the pack, with more than 900 votes (and counting)! The honeycomb-like lamp made from plastic bottles has pulled ahead of Ed Chew’s geometric Tetra Pak Origami Lamp [2] made from used juice boxes and Andrea Carvajal’s delicate Blowfish Lamp [3] created with clear plastic tubes. Many of you have already voted, but there is still time to get your friends to help push your favorite lamp into the lead (voting [4] closes next Tuesday, June 14). Which green design will reign supreme? You decide, so vote now [1]!

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[1] Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition: http://inhabitat.com/bright-ideas-competition/

[2] Nourishment Lamp: http://inhabitat.com/bright-ideas-competition/glowing-nourishment-lamp-made-from-plastic-bottles/

[3] Blowfish Lamp: http://inhabitat.com/bright-ideas-competition/fugu-inspired-blowfish-lamp-creates-hypnotic-circles-of-light/

[4] voting: http://inhabitat.com/eco-lamp-smackdown-vote-now-to-decide-which-lamp-wins/

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