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Orange traffic cone lamp
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Laura Haaker’s Cone Light is another gem from Inhabitat’s second annual Spring Greening creative reuse contest, although I have to say, for the record, that those are way smaller than any actual traffic cone I’ve ever seen, and are far, far too clean to have ever seen any real use on a street. I’m pretty sure reusing real traffic cones would result in a lamp that was both way too big and way, way too beat-up / nasty-looking to make acceptable furniture. Still, clever idea, and a straightforward re-make.

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2 thoughts on “Orange traffic cone lamp

  1. Those are the ones used on sportsfields etc.

    Takes too much floorspace for my liking but could be done as a pendant without too much change.

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