Instead of wasting that old box of plastic spoons left-over from your last big shindig, Daisuke Hiraiwa has just the solution.
Known for his use of everyday items, Daisuke Hiraiwa created the Indication Chandelier out of the typical plastic disposable spoons, with thousands of holes punctured into them to allow the light to shine through. The holes also create a really nice atmospheric mood setting.
Implications - With eco-conscious consumers dominating and determining the market, products which have eco-friendly functions or backgrounds are paramount. For this reason, recycled items which have been transformed into new products are praised and popular. Companies can incorporate products made with recycled materials into their collections to cater to eco-conscious consumers.
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Indication Chandeliers by Daisuke Hiraiwa Give Cutlery a New Purpose
- By: Rose NazaraliMay 25, 2009 Updated: May 31 2011