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October 26, 2011

A new lighting range that upcycles former stadium lights into a striking collection of wall and table lamps, designed by Sebastian Clarke.

Designed by Sebastian Clarke, Stadium is a new lighting range that repurposes industrial lighting components from the stadium lights of the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The 2000 watt industrial lights are sourced from a lamp crushing plant, upcycling waste that would otherwise be destined for landfill. Clarke removes the internal components for recycling, and transforms the glass globes into a range of table and wall lights with a powder-coated steel frame – treated organically, rather than with the traditional chrome method – and new filament.

Stadium is available in red, black and white. Designed by Sebastian Clarke for Sebastian Lights, and available through Tongue & Groove.


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