Designer Paul Coudamy has taken scrap pieces from an Airbus A310 and used them to create an innovative fixture called the F-Light.
Currently installed at the offices of Paris-based web company AF83, the F-Light is an innovative and eco-friendly project that puts to use scrap parts and materials. According to Wired UK, Coudamy was inspired after speaking with a Julien Recours, a designer who uses discarded airplane pieces to design objects.
The F-Light consists of an Airbus's interior molded plastic paneled windows, behind which Coudamy affixed high-powered LED lights, turning the windows into lights. After two months of prototyping, the F-Light is now a commercial design that can be part of any interior for about 15,000 Euros.
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