French clothier Paul Coudamy has despatched us photos of his F-Gentle mission, a ceiling/gentle manufactured from discarded Airbus windows.
Description from the clothier:
After having spent 20 years flying at 1000 km/h 10 km high above the ground, liners at the terminate of their lifestyles-cycle are left rusting at the a ways terminate of airport runways. These marvels of engineering with their extremely functional curves due to uncompromising technical be taught, are diverted from their long-established characteristic in roar to be integrated in our each day lives, thus providing them a 2nd lifestyles.
The F-Gentle mission is a diversion of the internal walls and windows of an Airbus 300. Its curves, windows and silvery isolation recycle the vocabulary of aeronautics to rework it into an strange and functional gentle construction.
These walls are fitted collectively to manufacture a « sharp ceiling » forming a shell in levitation. This dome delineates the condo and affords a particular intimacy under it. The gadget will seemingly be adjusted and affords unlimited adaptations : the panels will seemingly be put collectively in a row to suit the specified dimension.
The windows lights affords circles of sunshine which stand out in opposition to the panels and diffuse the gentle on the whole surface. A 2nd indirect lights region on the construction is reflected by the long-established conserving aside silvery topic topic and enhances the feeling of levitation of F-Gentle.
Talk over with Paul Coudamy’s web site – here.