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The Invisible Chandelier Reuses Hundreds of Burnt Out Bulbs In One Brilliant Luminaire
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On May 11, 2012 @ 3:20 pm In Art,Green Lighting,Green Products,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Toronto-based Castor  has come up with a radiant idea for reusing hundreds of burnt out light bulbs. The design team collected an array of working and non-working lamps  and bulbs (all trashed) and fixed them into the shape of a cloud. Called ‘The Invisible Chandelier’, each lighting fixture is unique and shines with a low-energy bulb located within.
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