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Overdue Love for Underrated Fennel

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From City Kitchen, a versatile baked fennel dish that delights and surprises

There was a time not so long ago that fennel was scarcely available except in specialty markets. Today, you can find it in the produce section of most supermarkets, right alongside the carrots and celery. With a vague flavor of black licorice, the elegant and curvacious bulb has plenty of uses in the kitchen.  Even so, fennel is still underappreciated in North America, especially compared......read more

Bulb Flashlight

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This smart, rechargeable light doubles as a regular bulb and an emergency flashlight $45.00

Stay prepared for disasters with MoMA's Bulb Flashlight, which does double duty as a regular bulb and an emergency flashlight. The LED bulb screws into a standard socket, where it recharges and emits 40W of light while using only 6W of electricity. When calamity hits, unscrew the low-heat bulb, extend the neck, and flip the switch for three hours of flashlight use....read more

Mood Lamp by Stephane Hubert Design

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Reclaimed Walnut wood lamp with exposed filament bulb. $360.00

Reclaimed walnut, polished aluminum, ceramic socket, full range dimmer 150 watt max. 
Linseed oil, varnish & wax finish.
 Wood guitar knob, black rayon covered cord, comes with one vintage style light bulb. 3.5"W x 8.5"L x 5"H without bulb....read more

Plumen 002

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Plumen launches its second low-energy designer light bulb $30.00

In 2010, the light bulb game was forever changed with the introduction of Plumen, the world's first low-energy, designer bulb. Now the UK company has announced the release of Plumen 002, a sculptural compact flourescent that emits a mellow, atmospheric light. Inspired by artists like Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, Plumen 002 assumes the form of a continuous looped channel that, according......read more

360 Lamp by Bongo Design

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Lovely lighting design features energy-efficient LED bulb paired with raw pine wood shade $360.00

Here's an excellent, minimalist desk lamp we spotted over at Inhabitat. Created by Polish designer Magdalena Chojnacka, who operates under the Bongo Design moniker, the 360 Lamp merges an energy-efficient 10W LED bulb with an unfinished pine wood shade and an smart cantilevered stand that allows the light to rotate a full 360 degrees. The design is topped off with a textile-covered cord that......read more

Philips Hue Wireless LED System

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Connected bulbs and bridge allow you to control lights from your tablet or phone $199.99

This week, Dutch electronics giant Philips released Hue, an LED lighting system that you control remotely on your tablet or smartphone. Billed as "the world’s smartest web-enabled LED home lighting system," the Hue starter pack includes three bulbs that you screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that you plug into your home Wi-Fi router. With the Hue app downloaded onto your Apple or......read more

Dimmable LED Bulb by Insteon

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Control this low-energy bulb from your smartphone $29.99

Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce you to the world's first remote-controlled LED bulb. Insteon's networked 8W LED bulb, which glows at the same intensity as a 60-100W incandescent, makes dimming the lights to set the mood as easy as a couple taps on your smartphone. Of course, remote-controlled ambience comes at a price, in this case $29.99 for each bulb plus $99.99 for the SmartLinc......read more

Plumen Light Bulb

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A compact florescent with flair. $30.00

Put away the lamp shade, you're going to want to show this bulb off. The Plumen bulb adds class and style to the energy- and cost-saving benefits of conventional CFL light bulbs. Emitting a soft glow that works in any space, the Plumen uses 80% less energy and lasts eight times longer than energy-guzzling incandescent bulbs. “It’s strange that the bulb," reads an unattributed quote......read more

Lights Out for Incandescent Bulbs

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As the century-old technology runs its course, LED bulbs step up

130 years after Thomas Edison brought incandescent lighting to the masses, the end is nigh for the old, energy-guzzling technology. On January 1, 2012, seven months from this week, federal efficiency regulations will effectively outlaw incandescent bulbs.  Writing in the New York Times Magazine, Andrew Rice traces the rise and demise of the traditional incandescent, and looks into......read more

Relumine by Mischer’Traxler

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Two found lamps share one fluorescent bulb.

Around SHFT, the only thing we like more than saving energy is clever use of found materials. Relumine, a lighting design project from Vienna designers Mischer'Traxler, features both in spades, so we're pretty lit up about it.  Each Relumine is made from two discarded lamps, which are refinished then fitted with a low-energy fluorescent bulb shared between the two.   "The......read more

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