Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

This recycled lamp is created by EdChew, made up of empty Tetra Brik boxes which are cut into strips. The strips are then folded to form hexagon and pentagon modules. No glue or any kind of adhesive media is required for the folding process. The folding process is repeated with both modules being folded together to form a geodesic structure. A basic understanding of geodesic dome construction knowledge is definitely helpful. Practically, with sufficient packet drinks, one could even build a spherical pavilion as big as a house or a moon! 

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

Going Green With Tetra Brik Boxes

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