Decafé Lamp Made From Recycled Coffee Grounds

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The Decafé Lamp by Spanish designer Raúl Laurí has been recently awarded with a well deserved first place in this year’s Salone Satellite Awards during Milan Design Week 2012. The award was given in recognition for the design’s development, research and experimentation with sustainable materials. The renewable and biodegradable attributes of coffee end up becoming the main ingredient of this experimental compound used by the artist to create the Decafe’ Lamp. The lamp looks absolutely amazing. Can you imagine how many other ordinary objects would look awesomely good made out of  this material?

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