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Salvaged Wood Embedded With LED Lights Glow From The Core [Pics]

Salvaged Wood Embedded With LED Lights Glow From The Core [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Marco Stefanelli creates "natural" lamps from pieces of wood sourced from a local river and lumber mill, embedded with low-energy LEDs.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 august 2012

Designer Marco Stefanelli‘s ‘Brecce Collection’ features innovative lamps made by fusing high-tech with nature. Using salvaged wood sourced from a local river and lumber mill, he removes a section and embeds low-energy LED lights and wires inside, filling in the gaps with resin. This results in wooden objects (the larger ones can be used as stools) that emit a soft and “natural” glow. Click through to see pictures of the hybrid creations:

Marco Stefanelli

+Design
+Electronics & Gadgets
+Environmental / Green
+lamps
+LED lights
+Product Design

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