Recycled Six-Pack Ring Chandeliers Turn Trash Into Lavish Lamps

by , 05/27/10

Bao Khang Luu, inhabitat's spring greening contest, six-pack ring, green design, eco design, sustainable design, LED, light fixture

Designer Bao Khang Luu‘s recycled six-pack ring chandeliers make drinking an entire six-pack (or 60) seem a lot less “trashy”. Luu’s gorgeous designs transform the annoying excess packaging into vibrant chandeliers that resemble exotic plant-life. The plastic rings are joined by used plastic take-out lid frames or old soda cans and then are connected by a cord covered in a sleeve knit from plastic shopping bags. A beautiful diffuse light is emitted from energy efficient LED’s, which let off almost no heat and have a long-lasting bulb life. Luu’s six-pack ring chandelier series is one of the finalists from Inhabitat’s Spring Greening Contest — if you think it deserves to be the winning design vote for it now!


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  1. arpworldwide June 9, 2010 at 4:47 am

    Chandelier designs are very wide and varied leading to stylish and elegant lighting. To see a unique collection of chandeliers visit

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