Lichtschlucker pendant lights by Meike Harde

October 16th, 2012 by retail design blog

The lights Lichtschlucker work with disposable cups, which normally have a very short lifetime. The different models show the great variety of shapes by different arrangement of cups. Lichtschlucker offers disposable dishes a permanent life as a decorative lamp shade. The ecological aspect consists in the fact that a disposable product is converted into a durable and functional furnishing.

Designed by Meike Harde

































http://meikeharde.com

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