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Stunning Origami Solarcell Lamps Are Made From Folded Photovoltaic Panels!

Posted By Ana Lisa On December 26, 2011 @ 1:31 pm In Design,Environment,Green Interiors,Green Lighting,Green Products,Innovation,Renewable Energy,Solar Power | 2 Comments

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Korea-born, Eindhoven-based Joon & Jung [1]‘s Origami Solarcell is a polygonal low-energy LED lamp that is completely powered by the sun’s energy. The pendant lights are made from a flexible photovoltaic material that is folded into a 3D lamp using origami [2] techniques. The flat-pack multi-faceted lights are still in the prototype stage, but we hope to see these innovative, energy-efficient designs hit store shelves in the near future.

+ Joon & Jung [1]

Photo © Joon & Jung

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[1] Joon & Jung: http://joonjung.com/

[2] origami: http://inhabitat.com/recyclable-lzf-alhambra-lamp-inspired-by-origami/

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