Johannes Kiessler is an artist who doesn't like to waste materials. A few years ago he came up with a prototype design for the Numerouno LED lamp, which is made from corrugated cardboard (a very eco-friendly alternative to regular illuminators). Now, he's expanded the line to include various colors that don't even look like cardboard from afar.
The lamps hang in a vertical manner, and go perfectly above a longer dining room table. For someone who is both budget-conscious and also trying to recycle as much as possible, this design checks both things off the list. According to DesignBoom, "the Numerouno is available in four different colors, blue, red, mint and grey and uses just a 9W LED for illumination," making this lamp quite versatile.
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Johannes Kiessler Upgrades the Numerouno LED with Color
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2. Colorful Cardboard Designs - The expansion of the Numerouno LED lamp line to include various colors creates an opportunity for vibrant cardboard designs.
3. Budget-conscious Decor - The affordable and eco-friendly design of the Numerouno LED lamp appeals to budget-conscious consumers looking for sustainable decor options.
1. Lighting - The use of corrugated cardboard in lamps presents an innovation opportunity for the lighting industry.
2. Sustainable Furniture - The use of eco-friendly materials like corrugated cardboard in furniture design presents opportunities for the sustainable furniture industry.
3. Interior Design - The colorful and affordable cardboard lamps provide an opportunity for the interior design industry to offer budget-conscious decor solutions.