The story behind Souda's Bubble Chandelier is particularly compelling: It's made entirely of post-consumer plastic bottles collected by homeless people, then cleaned, cut and riveted together. ... more 
The story behind Souda's Bubble Chandelier is particularly compelling: It's made entirely of post-consumer plastic bottles collected by homeless people, then cleaned, cut and riveted together. Brooklyn-based Souda works with Sure We Can, which runs "the only homeless-friendly can redemption center in New York City," and donates a portion of the chandelier proceeds to the nonprofit. The Bubble Chandelier from Souda retails for $720 and is available in green or clear, with a black or white cord. less 
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