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Paul Coudamy’s ‘F-Light’ Ceiling Lamps Are Made from Recycled Airplane Panels
Posted By Diane Pham On February 8, 2012 @ 10:06 am In Design,Green Interiors,Green Lighting,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments
If you can’t help but dream about jetting off to a tropical paradise when you’re in an office board meeting, then don’t look up at these overhanging F-Light Lamps  by Paul Coudamy . Made from the cutaway interior panels of decommissioned Airbus A300 planes, Coudamy ‘s illuminating design adds just the right touch of aviation glitz and glamour to drab modular lighting. And thanks to the original design of the airplane, the lighting system can be easily expanded to fit any size room!
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 F-Light Lamps: http://coudamydesign.com/design/f-light/
 Paul Coudamy: http://coudamydesign.com/en/
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