Propellor Design's Pendant Lighting: No Spinning Blades Necessary

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Though they don't create anything that keeps itself aloft with a spinning blade, the work of Propellor Design does seem to float, effortlessly, through space. We're especially fond of their pendants (that's "Galiano" above), but the Vancouver, BC-based collective also designs furniture and other lighting, all with a decidedly green slant. The Galiano pendant, pictured again below the fold, is made with a reclaimed Douglas fir shade, and a clever twig light pull; we love the way the warm, soft wood both reflects and refracts light, making the most of the 15 Watt compact fluorescent lightbulb they recommend installing with the fixture. MoCo Loco informs us that this beauty will be available soon through Made; hit the jump to see more examples of Propellor's fab pendant lighting. ::Propellor Designpropellor-design-galiano-detail.jpg
"Galiano" up close & personal

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"Furrow Parkade" made with bamboo ply

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"Furrow Parkade", once again for effect

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"Furrow Sedin," also made with bamboo ply

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"Furrow Sedin," clo

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