Ecobuild commissioned Sarah to create a giant plastic bottle chandelier.
The piece lit up the Cafe at the annual show at the ExCel London. Sarah decided to create a brand new design using a completely different technique to any of her other pieces.
Sarah says, "I have been experimenting with melting plastic bottles for a while and was very pleased with being able to showcase the technique at the show"
The large blue chandelier uses 250 of the melted bottles in total and measures in at 1.5 metres wide. A smaller 1 metre wide, white, free standing piece was also made from 120 plastic bottles.
Sarah also had a stand at the show. She set the stand up like it was her studio, complete with tools hung on the wall. She then demonstrated to visitors how she makes some of her work during the show.
Sarah plans to develop a range of melted plastic bottle lights so if you are interested in finding out more info then please feel free to contact us.
More photos of the chandelier, the making process and the installation can be found on Sarah's Facebook Page.
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|Take a look at the making of the lights, the installation at ExCel and Sarah's exhibition stand.|
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