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120-Pound Concrete Light Fixture Is An Ikea Designer's Worst Nightmare [Beautiful]

After years of hegemony, the design pendulum is finally starting to swing back from modern, efficient design to an unvarnished, industrial aesthetic. Take, for example, this huge, heavy concrete slab filled with energy-annihilating incandescent lights. More »
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