Nir Meiri Design Studio has launched a lamp collection shedding light on the possibilities of materiality and sustainability. The collection, named veggie lights, used a material called fiber flats. Fiber flats are developed from thin layers of red cabbage, soaked in water-based adhesives and sustainable color preservatives. Plain magazine has the details:
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Shaped into a lampshade, the cabbage’s translucent material lends its amazing depth and texture to the object. Warm hues of oranges and reds are filtered through the lamp, the light exposing the organic material’s visible membranes. This innovative project delves into the creative boundaries between form and function, successfully explored and executed by the designers.
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