Jason Bruges, the artist responsible for the recent Wind to Light installation at Southbank Centre, has recently teamed up with Greenpeace to create an installation using fully dimmable, compact fluorescent bulbs for UK interior design fair, 100% Design.

The installation is an electronic flowerbed composed of compact fluorescent light bulbs upon an island of sustainable wood. The idea of the project was to demystify many of the pre-conceived notions about cfls and introduce the public to a new type of cfl that can be dimmed just like regular incandescent bulbs – a recent innovation and dominant reason many have been weary about switching over to the funny looking bulbs.

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