Fixture created by lighting designer Heath Nash from remnants of plastic bottles.
Heath Nash makes cool things. By using the right materials and knowledge – wire and plastic – combined with typically South African skills and contemporary design, he makes ‘other people’s rubbish’ into beautiful and functional art. I discovered his work at Design Indaba in 2006
Recycled Egg Carton Lamps by Victor Vetterlein
Victor Vetterlein is an architect and industrial designer based in New York City. From a background of engineers and painters, Vetterlein attended Colorado State University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management and a Fine Arts minor in Sculpture. He went on to receive a Master of Architecture with honors at the University of Washington in Seattle, and later moved to New York City where he worked under Charles Gwathmey. Vetterlein’s designs are strongly concept driven, referencing the various cultures and lifestyles of his background.