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See the light

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Harriet Scott's full-size lamp grown in Japanese holly (Ilex crenata) with a fully functioning electrical bulb is one of the quirky designs in the 'Let There be Light' exhibition at B&B Italia. The collection includes a spun carbon-fibre light that produces amazing shadow patterns, and a festive shopping bag with imbedded rechargeable LEDs. The collection, created by leading figures in architecture, interior design and fashion design, including Barber Osgerby, John Rocha and Matias Bentsson, will be auctioned at the end of the exhibition and all proceeds will go to the homeless charity, Shelter. The exhibition runs until 22 December at B&B Italia London, 250 Brompton Road, SW3 2AS.

Tel 020 7591 8111 for opening hours.

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