Diane Pham

Ultra Mod Cone Light Made from Recycled Traffic Cones

by , 05/27/10

sustainable design, green design, spring greening 2010, inhabitat green design competition, recycled materials, diy design, repurposed materials, spring greening diy design competition, cone light, loreta haaker

Whether you like to turn them into a makeshift megaphones or let them stick to their roles as traditional roadblocks, traffic cones carry a whole lot of opportunity for creativity. Another ingenious submission to our 2010 Spring Greening Competition challenging creative crafters to breathe new life into old junk, Loreta Haaker’s Cone Light takes 6 re-used orange traffic cones and fashions them into a luminous city star. And with that characteristic otherworldly orange glow, this lamp goes from a piece of funkified urban decor by day to an ambient interior lamp in the evening. If you love it, vote for it here!

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