Water Balloon LED Lights from Torafu Architects

Torafu Architects, a Japanese architect firm has created a bubbly LED bulb resembling a water balloon, according to a Spoon and Tamago report. The glass bulb which uses LEDs for lighting and is made from recycled fluorescent bulbs. The lights are diffused from the bubble structures within the bulb.

The bulb was created from 9lass project, a project that joins artisanal glass makers and creative designers. According to Spoon and Tamago, the products were on display during the IFFT trade show in Tokyo in Nov. 2013.

Torafu Architects Water Balloon LED bulb. (LEDinside/Torafu Architects)
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