TetraBox: Light Shades Made From Discarded Drink Packets

TetraBox: Light Shades Made From Discarded Drink Packets

Using an intricate folding method, designer Ed Chew creates beautiful upcycled lamps.

Catherine Fulton
  • 12 april 2011

The TetraBox, created by designer Ed Chew, is a light shade made from discarded drink packets. The shades are constructed by folding the drink packets into hexagonal or pentagonal sections, which are then pieced together into the desired shape.

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