Invited to a workshop by the company Eternit, Austrian Designer Rainer Mutsch created a limited series of pendant lights for outdoor use made of hand-molded fiber-cement shells and sailing rope. Fiber-cement is a highly durable, recyclable material made of natural materials like cellulose fibers and water and was originally developed as a material for cladding and roof coverings.
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