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Left Over Light / lighting made of waste materia

Left Over Light
Left Over Light

Acetate Cellulose, a kind of plastic sheet is used to cut out eyeglass frame. Thin strips of this plastic are produced as waste material during production process. Generally, all these wastes are disposed as flammable trash even though they still have unique value. Thermal plasticity of this material enables to create any form and its own fixture and structure without glue. Translucency of this material composes colors when assembled together. Products made of industrial waste not only help manufacturers and environment, but also can be a new way to tell consumers how products are made, the trash are made and how beautiful these trash can be.

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Design Academy Eindhoven

Design Academy Eindhoven
Eindhoven, Netherlands

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Design Academy Eindhoven

Design Academy Eindhoven
Eindhoven, Netherlands

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