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Brief Published: 8 Aug 2012

Marco Stefanelli’s Breece Collection


Italian designer Marco Stefanelli has created the Breece Collection – a collection of lights using reclaimed materials and resin casting, combining natural elements and new technologies.

Stefanelli carefully removes a section from the chosen piece and then perfectly recreates it in resin, embedded with LEDs. The resin form replaces the original piece, creating a glowing fragment in wood or concrete.

Due to the nature of the materials, each light is unique. The materials used vary from sawmill scraps and tree branches to concrete fragments.

This collection is the latest in a series of projects where Stefanelli reuses unwanted materials and objects. He is set to debut a new project at London design fair 100% Design in September.

Marco Stefanelli

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