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Studio Inbetween’s Stunning ‘One Piece of Lamp’ Uses Only a Single Sheet of Aviation Plywood

Posted By Katie Treggiden On October 3, 2012 @ 5:00 pm In green Interiors,Green Lighting,London Design Week | No Comments

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The One Piece of Lamp, by Korean designer Kiseung Lee of Studio Inbetween [1], was one of the outstanding eco-designs showcased at this year’s 100% Design International Pavilion [2]. It is a multi-purpose interior lamp made from a single slice of aviation plywood panel (aka PVC, PET or carbon paper). Here the material is cut in such a way that makes it extendable and flexible. It is created without waste, and it is incredibly lightweight and can be flat-packed for low-emission transportation. Studio Inbetween [1] is a design studio founded in 2010 by Kiseung Lee, which is currently operating in Helsinki, Finland. The agency aims to “discover new possibilities from geometric features with different perspectives and a wide spectrum of methods.”

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[1] Studio Inbetween: http://www.leekiseung.com/

[2] 100% Design International Pavilion: http://inhabitat.com/100-designs-international-pavillion-showcases-eco-designs-from-around-the-world-at-the-london-design-festival/

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