Lace Lighting made of Parisian garbage

These are quite amazing. Made strictly by hand in Paris, with no laser cutting involved as explained by Gilles Eichenbaum, the designer, ‘Garbage’ lamps are discarded coffee and tea pots turned into lace lighting fixtures. Rustic and whimsical at the same time, these artistic creations were made into elegant recycled lighting fixtures that produce unusual shadows. Finely carved and pierced tin was made into a beautiful lace. Contact Gilles Eichenbaum to purchase or to see all of his lighting.

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1 Comment on Lace Lighting made of Parisian garbage

  1. Gilles "Garbage" // 10/21/2010 at 2:30 PM //

    Thanks a lot for this “ad” and so kind comment :-)

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