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Tom Allen’s Beautiful Dama Lamp is Made From a Recycled Wine Jug

Posted By Alyssa Alimurung On October 9, 2012 @ 3:40 pm In Decorative Objects,Design,Green Interiors,Green Lighting,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Barcelona-based design studio Lucirmás [1] just launched Dama, a sustainably designed table lamp made from recycled materials by Australian designer Tom Allen [2]. Each Dama lamp is made from a recycled 5-liter glass vessel commonly used to hold wine in Italy.  The beech timber base is PEFC certified, and Dama uses a low-energy Plumen [3] 001 light bulb which can last up to eight years. Perfect as a table lamp for a variety of settings, Dama is entirely handmade in Barcelona with the highest attention to detail and craftmanship. Each lamp is also personally numbered.

+ Dama [4]

+ Lucirmás [1]

+ Tom Allen [2]

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[1] Lucirmás: http://lucirmas.com/

[2] Tom Allen: http://www.tomallendesign.com/

[3] Plumen: http://plumen.com/

[4] + Dama: http://lucirmas.com/decoration/dama

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