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Diesel Living With Lodes Pendants Feature Recycled Plastic

The new Reglobe series is a family of three suspension lamps made of recycled plastic introduced by the Diesel Living with Lodes brand. The design is made via rotational molding that assembles variously hued plastic grains to create the terrazzo-like effect. These speckled accents feature random chromatic variations that render each design unique. Developed with circularity in mind, the shade utilizes partially recycled plastic derived from production waste, including 5% virgin LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene) and 50% recycled polymer.

The pendants are available in three sizes and suitable for residential or public environments as a single statement piece, or as a strategically placed cluster formation.

Diesel Living with Lodes is a brand of Lodes, an Italian lighting manufacturer.

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