traffic light lamps by greenlight concepts

posted by the scholar on March 26th, 2008
filed under: design, glass, green, lighting

old stoplights normally spend their final days at the landfill as cities replace them with more modern and efficient versions. now, thanks to a savvy san francisco company called greenlight concepts, these glass beauties are being reclaimed and upcycled into striking contemporary ceiling fixtures and floor lamps.

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bonus: a clear ceiling pendant option, taken from reclaimed train signal lenses.

what a great way to reduce waste and still maintain your stylish interiors!

see the full $90-$240 collection over at greenlight.

via inhabitat


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3 Responses to “traffic light lamps by greenlight concepts”

  1. sosser Says:

    oh i LOVE these! brilliant re-useage 🙂

  2. the scholar Says:

    i know i love the reuse. and they are about 12″ in diameter so they would be great in doubles or triples…

    thanks for the comment!

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