Mike Chino

The Best Green Designs from ICFF 2013 Day Two

by , 05/24/13

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Behold – the world’s smallest chandelier! Mineheart downplays the overindulgent splendor of gilt baroque luminaires with this tiny energy-efficient version that’s every bit as elegant – and perfect for small space living.

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This multifunctional Birdhouse Bookshelf from Thing Industries can be mounted on any wall, providing space for stashing books and small items without the visual weight (or material use) of a bedside table.

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Pablo Studio‘s brand new energy-saving Circa Lamp gives off a soft, even white light thanks to its integrated flat panel LEDs. The lamp can be easily adjusted thanks to its swiveling head, and it’s available in table, floor, and pendant models.

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In addition to her colorful colander lights, designer Nadia Belalia unveiled a glowing green lamp made from recycled pot scrubbers.

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