Bottle So Beautiful And Full Of Light!

Bottle Light: the concept is simple, instead of trashing an empty PET Bottle, squish it properly and screw it onto the modular aluminum LED enclosure! Normally we just end up discarding the bottle, but using it in this manner; we can get vivid shapes and refracted colors for lights. I know this idea will click in theme restaurants that are eco-centric. Not much costs involved since you need to invest only in a couple of those LED lights and holders.

The Bottle Light won a Liteon Award this year!

Designers: YaRan Chang, Hsin Chou Liao, Chung en Lee & Simon Shih

57 Comments

  • Bonfunk says:

    I like it 🙂

  • Bonfunk says:

    I like it 🙂

  • Vicky says:

    wow!

    I’m short of the eyes which discover beautiful things.

  • Vicky says:

    wow!
    I’m short of the eyes which discover beautiful things.

  • Karlo says:

    Cool and HIGHLY toxic!

    • romafeas says:

      u do know he said LED which means the light bulb wont produce enough heat to melt the bottle ._.

      but i dont know if ur being sarcastic that way or not. if u are my apologizes then :3

  • Karlo says:

    Cool and HIGHLY toxic!

  • meks says:

    Very cool. I would add a mirrored flange to hide the connection point and direct more light through the bottle

  • meks says:

    Very cool. I would add a mirrored flange to hide the connection point and direct more light through the bottle

  • Alex says:

    Cool, but im just wondering…the heat to which it is constantly exposed, can cause release of harmful chemicals right?
    But overall ingenious idea 🙂

  • Alex says:

    Cool, but im just wondering…the heat to which it is constantly exposed, can cause release of harmful chemicals right?
    But overall ingenious idea 🙂

  • Bonfunk says:

    If u use right bulb there shouldn't be heat?

  • Bonfunk says:

    If u use right bulb there shouldn't be heat?

  • juan says:

    Nice intention but I don't like the output. This doesn't help much with the elimination of waste nor with the functionality (not antiglare and not diffusion of light, and I'm sure there is some problematic condensation in there)
    That is called down-cycling, I think we should upcycle things for a better living. Maybe we can use some dirty PE disposable bags as tshirts :D. That doesn't help neither.

  • juan says:

    Nice intention but I don't like the output. This doesn't help much with the elimination of waste nor with the functionality (not antiglare and not diffusion of light, and I'm sure there is some problematic condensation in there)
    That is called down-cycling, I think we should upcycle things for a better living. Maybe we can use some dirty PE disposable bags as tshirts :D. That doesn't help neither.

  • That's amazing, would work perfectly in the living room.

    To Alex, I would imagine that the light doesn't heat it at all.

  • That's amazing, would work perfectly in the living room.

    To Alex, I would imagine that the light doesn't heat it at all.

  • Very cool..thank you dude…

  • Very cool..thank you dude…

  • MARTIN yao says:

    I an not Satisfied the Real effect .I do not think it is beatiful as the picture appeared

  • MARTIN yao says:

    I an not Satisfied the Real effect .I do not think it is beatiful as the picture appeared

  • Cactusdesign says:

    i like it !!!!!!!! 🙂
    moro

  • Cactusdesign says:

    i like it !!!!!!!! 🙂
    moro

  • MartinYao says:

    I am not Satisfied the Real effect of the design .I do not think it is beatiful as the picture appeared.

  • MartinYao says:

    I am not Satisfied the Real effect of the design .I do not think it is beatiful as the picture appeared.

  • Rakesh Sivan says:

    This is cool.. Really cost effective, yet the outcome is worth a look.

  • Rakesh Sivan says:

    This is cool.. Really cost effective, yet the outcome is worth a look.

  • Human beings are so creative in this light is very good.

  • Human beings are so creative in this light is very good.

  • Bill says:

    PTE Bottles itself is not environmentally friendly. Why is it that some people do not understand?

  • Bill says:

    PTE Bottles itself is not environmentally friendly. Why is it that some people do not understand?

  • romafeas says:

    u do know he said LED which means the light bulb wont produce enough heat to melt the bottle ._.
    but i dont know if ur being sarcastic that way or not. if u are my apologizes then :3

  • Aninda Bose says:

    Ingenious idea, what this does :

    1.The PET bottles are put to good use , non polluting when used as light.
    2. If proper heat syn is used the LED will not at all emit any heat.

  • Aninda Bose says:

    Ingenious idea, what this does :

    1.The PET bottles are put to good use , non polluting when used as light.
    2. If proper heat syn is used the LED will not at all emit any heat.

  • efj says:

    hell no

  • efj says:

    hell no

  • Rain says:

    hmm – not really sold on this one. Cool colours make it look good but at the end of the day you still have a load of all trash hanging from your light fittings!!

  • Rain says:

    hmm – not really sold on this one. Cool colours make it look good but at the end of the day you still have a load of all trash hanging from your light fittings!!

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  • This is amazing. I got to try it. Hope that will work and it will be just like in the pictures 🙂

  • pet says:

    in the text on the first image (displaying 3 PET bottles with different LED lights) it says:

    “(…) PET bottles take more than 10 years to decompose completety.”

    as a matter of fact tey can take up to 1000 years to degrade. maybe that should be rephrased a bit.

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