by Didier Birée

Spirolustre From Upcycled Kitchen Utensil

An early ecologist, Didier Birée’s creations have a negligible carbon footprint. Avoiding machining, his objects are only drilled and then assembled with rivets and screws. Chrome, thin and light sources (using environmentally sound low-energy bulbs) make his work more attractive. The excesses of consumption, industrial scrap or other waste are collected from Emmaüs (a charitable organization), flea markets, garage sales and industrial waste. The chandelier is mainly made out of kitchen utensil – wheel of a bike – flexible hose of a shower.


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