Hi-Tech Lamp That Reminds Of Destroyed Rainforests

This lamp is called Light of Hope and it reminds of 78 million acres of rainforests that are burnt every year

This lamp is called Light of Hope and it reminds of 78 million acres of rainforests that are burnt every year.

We’ve seen many nature-inspired designs, and here’s one more item inspired by nature and even ecological situation in the world.

A light bulb went off in the minds of 3 designers: Mitja Schneehage, Michael Wilde & Sofia Christidou. The idea was that it’s time to rethink the light bulb. Designed as a reminder that we are destroying 78 million acres of our rainforests every year, part of this new lightbulb design is actually manufactured from charcoal taken from burned rainforest. It’s a beautiful yet bittersweet reminder that we must do something to protect these climate stabilizing lands from destruction.

Called the Light of Hope, this lamp can be a bold statement in any modern dwelling and it’s a must for those who think eco-friendly. It’s not just a modern eye-catchy lamp, it’s an installation that makes us think of the future. Though being rather moody and reminding of the scary future, it’s still a light of hope that makes us think that everything will be fine.

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The part of it is made of charcoal taken from these rainforsts.

The part of it is made of charcoal taken from these rainforsts.

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The piece inside reminds of a single tree standing - maybe it's a composition syaing that it will be the last tree.

The piece inside reminds of a single tree standing - maybe it's a composition syaing that it will be the last tree.

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This is not just a lamp but an eco-frienly modern installation with great sense.

This is not just a lamp but an eco-frienly modern installation with great sense.

Source: yankodesign