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Aladdin footlights from vintage glassware


Designer Stuart Haygarth has collected inexpensive glassware from jumble sales and thrift stores and assembled it on black-sprayed MDF light boxes to form glowing, semi-museum-looking footlights called Aladdin. The glass has been separated by colour, and the colour of the box is solely derived from the glass. A limited edition of 10 available in green, amber, purple, red, blue, green/blue, rose and clear. Size varies from 674 x 674 mm to 1282 x 1282 mm, with the height tending to be about 45 cm. [Gabrielle Taylor]


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February 24, 2007 in Design & furniture | Permalink


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