These simple lamps use recycled tin cans as lamp shades

Design studio iLiui, have created this modern floor lamp that uses wood and matte painted recycled tin cans as part of the design.

Photography and styling by Agata Dimmich /Passion shake

 

Sara Guida and Alessio Nobili of design studio iLiui, have designed a collection of lamps using a combination of recycled and natural materials, with the main component being recycled tin cans.

Their line includes floor lamps, desk lamps, pendant lights as well as wall mounted lights, all of which use tin cans as the lamp shade.

 

Design studio iLiui, have created this modern floor lamp that uses wood and matte painted recycled tin cans as part of the design.

Photography and styling by Agata Dimmich /Passion shake

Using recycled cans from local restaurants, each light fixture is made using large cans that were once cans of olives, tomatoes, other vegetables, or coffee.

After a thorough washing, each can is shaped and painted using a matte paint to give the light fixtures a modern, minimalist look.


Design studio iLiui, have created this modern table lamp that uses wood and matte painted recycled tin cans as part of the design.


Light wood is used on the floor lamps, table lamps, and wall fixtures to create a Scandinavian look that also keeps the lights eco-friendly.


Design studio iLiui, have created this modern wall lamp that uses wood and matte painted recycled tin cans as part of the design.


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Design studio iLiui, have created this modern floor lamp that uses wood and matte painted recycled tin cans as part of the design.

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