Design lamp upcycle from old umbrellas

A British brand has created a collection of design lamps through the upcycle of umbrellas that can no longer be used for their original function. For each product, up to 90% of an umbrella was recovered and only 5% of virgin materials were used. The lampshade is made of reused nylon, recovered from the umbrella canopy. The support frame that serves as the base is made from the metal frames of the umbrella. The housing that houses the bulb is made from a 3D printed recycled plastic filament.
The company also offers end-of-life lamp take-back service, which will be disassembled to separate components that can be reused in new projects from those that will be sent for recycling.

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