CONCRETE PLAYGROUND: RYOSUKE FUKUSADA’S WOODEN LIGHT BULB

Japanese artist Ryosuke Fukusada has created a wooden light bulb using an ancient technique called ‘rokuro’. By wrapping an LED light bulb in a thin layer of wood, Fukusada’s bulb was launched recently at New York Design Week.

The bulb’s LED lighting creates only a small amount of heat, meaning it will not catch alight. A recyclable aluminum socket works with the wood to create a sleek, modern and sustainable design, which recently received an award at the Kyoto Design competition. The bulb is currently being developed.

To read my original post from Concrete Playground please click here.

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