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cristian visentin‘s ‘winelamp’ is a collection of lamps in which the underlying element is represented by a wine bottle. the vessels are cut at their base and turned upside down on a white metal structure – the lighting component’s stand – surrounding an internal light. thus, the original object is reused before recycling the glass material, becoming the main character of the object.

cristian visentin: winelamp full view


cristian visentin: winelamp ‘winelamp’ with sandblasted exterior

cristian visentin: winelamp ‘winelampe’ with inside sandblasted

cristian visentin: winelamp complete collection

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