It’s alive – living glass leaves green algae chandelier

Exhale breath algae chandelier by Julian Melchiorri

Lately, we have been talking about sound a lot, but what about light? And what about light that is also good for you? Breath algae chandelier Exhale by Julian MelchiorriImagine, we had lighting sources in our living spaces that would purify the air, absorbs CO2, eliminates harmful emissions, and converts pollution into valuable resources.Exhale breath algae chandelier by Julian Melchiorri detailsJulian Melchiorri, a designer-engineer and biochemical researcher, and his team at Arborea Ltd. have developed this ‘artificial leaf’ technology for just such a chandelier that can be used in- and outdoors. Exhale breath algae chandelier by Julian Melchiorri from belowThe microbiological life forms use photosynthesis to convert CO2 into oxygen.
Melchiorri who is based in London created the modularly designed chandelier as an eco-product that can easily be adapted and configured to different spaces and room sizes.bionic 'Exhale' chandelier by Julian Melchiorri at V&A musuem LondonCurrently, the bionic chandelier ‘Exhale’ is a prototype at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London where it was shown during the London Design Week and where Julian is the first engineer-in-residence.
Exhale breath algae chandelier by Julian Melchiorri detailsSources: photos are courtesy of Julian Melchiorri

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