Home Eco Friendly Guide Mayang Anggraeni’s recycled Float Lights give out warm, effused light

Mayang Anggraeni’s recycled Float Lights give out warm, effused light

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Jazz up your surroundings with the fused Float lights. Although these are designer lights, they are definitely not to be found in any designer light shows or anything of that sort. Made from simple recycled plastic detergent container caps, these LED fitted lights promise to live up to their name. The Float lights know how to liveup to the expectations which come as a part of their design. Designer Mayang Anggraeni, a student at Pratt Industrial Design, has painstakingly created these recycled lights.

Fusing the light with its outlook,they give out the warm light and, thus, make them ideal for nighttime swimming,romantic baths, and, of course, some close snuggling with your loved ones. The lights have been made in a very systematic manner. While the lower container lid has water in it, the upper lid has been used to encase the LED lamp, battery and the other technical gadgets.

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Fill up the container partially, or simply sink the light in the water, the wish is yours. Either way, the lights would recreate the best possible ambiance for you.

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As of now, the designer has promised to make available these recycled lights in only one color, but she hopes to get the other colors out soon. If the prototype fetches a good response, she hopes to recreate the magic with more of such submersible lights.

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Via: Inhabitat