Noting the amount of wood discarded by a box factory, French design studio Hurlu decided to use this waste material for the production of the BEC family. In an industrialized world where daily tons of waste is produced, giving a second life to these in principle unusable materials, can be a great way to reduce the ecological footprint that means mass production.
BEC gives a second life to waste materials.
The BEC collection features two types of lamp, both use wood as a material to create a cube that contains the light source. The laminated faces with openings allows light projecting an energetic game of shadows.
The floor lamp has a base that lifts the bucket soil without anchor it to the wall.
The Bec tray provides a stable surface on which to rest objects without fear of falling out of it, thanks to it’s two rails.