Portuguese designer Antonio (To) Martins came up with a creative solution to the common question – “How to get rid of an old washing machine”. Made from salvaged washing-machine parts, these repurposed floor lamps standing on photographer’s tripods, come in various assortment of “shades” covered with recycled lampshade material such as fabric, measuring tape, ping pong balls, stainless steel sponges, wine corks to suit every style preference.

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