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Super Cool Pendant Light Made from Hundreds of Soda Tabs

Posted By Bridgette Meinhold On May 26, 2010 @ 1:50 pm In DIY,Green Design Competitions,green Interiors,Green Lighting | 1 Comment

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We’re not sure whether or not designer Mauricio Affonso [2] actually drank the hundreds of pops (or sodas depending on where you’re from) to get the materials to make┬áthis ultra mod pendant lamp but it’s so cool-looking that we don’t really care. Made from a mound of soda can pull tabs, the POP pendant lamp has a modern sensibility with a quirky edge. Affonso sent us his 15″ spherical pendant lamp as an entry in the Spring Greening Contest [3] asking designers to take an old piece of junk and transform it into something innovative and useful – if you dig it, vote for it now!

VOTE FOR THE POP PENDANT LAMP > [4]


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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/05/26/super-cool-pendant-light-made-from-hundreds-of-soda-tabs/pop-pendant-light-1/

[2] Mauricio Affonso: http://mauricioaffonso.com/

[3] Spring Greening Contest: http://inhabitat.com/2010/05/25/vote-now-on-inhabitats-2010-spring-greening-finalists/

[4] VOTE FOR THE POP PENDANT LAMP >: http://inhabitat.com/springgreening/2010/05/02/pop-pendant-light/

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