Inhabitat/David Trubridge

British artist David Trubridge has created lighting inspired by deep sea creatures which will be featured in Light+Building in Frankfurt, Germany this month.

Easily assembled CNC cut bamboo plywood is used in the construction of "Diatoms," an oval-shaped algae that is able to convert carbon into oxygen. It also serves as food for other aquatic species in its environment. Another piece called "Asteriola," a different kind of diatom inhabiting the deep sea, ia made of bamboo plywood and cork. Finally "Formosa" is constructed of Bamboo plywood and polyethylene felt made from recycled water bottles.

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