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Ultra Mod Cone Light Made from Recycled Traffic Cones

Posted By Diane Pham On May 27, 2010 @ 2:00 pm In Decorative Objects,DIY,Green Design Competitions,green furniture,green Interiors,Green Lighting,Green Lighting,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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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 [2] challenging creative crafters to breathe new life into old junk, Loreta Haaker’s Cone Light [1] 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 [1]!

VOTE FOR THE CONE LIGHT > [1]


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[2] Spring Greening Competition: http://inhabitat.com/springgreening/finalists

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