Mar
05

WAT/Manon Leblanc

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Green


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WAT,   Manon Leblanc, is a water-powered lamp. A few drops of water that are combined with a power battery (consisting of a carbon stick covered with magnesium powder) and begin

a process that generates an electro chemical reaction and creates energy.
Material: blown glass, steel switch, bioplastic, white strips of LEDs.

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Via: Yanko design

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