Gaby Crohn's Document Light is Made of Old Receipts & Diaries
By: Tisah Tucknott -
Published: Aug 10, 2009 Updated: Aug 15 2011 • References: designboom
Part of a project called ‘substitutes,’ the Document Light uses paper documents which include receipts, diary pages and memos to create a lampshade. The lamp is used as a filing system, which inevitably reinterprets the idea of storage and filing space.
Instead of letting your paper files pile up in a desk drawer and forgetting about them, why not attach it to the most visible place and make some use out of your lamp?
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