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DELEREX® is a unique material that is translucent white with iridescent blues, greens, and pinks. It is made entirely from discarded lenses, without the use of glues or bonding agents. The iridescence is achieved through a precise process that involves splitting the lens's anti-glare coating. This process requires repetitive and accurately measured techniques.
Yair invented DELEREX® as a response to the excessive plastic waste produced in the eyewear industry, which is typically destined for incineration. His innovation transforms this "waste" into a new and aesthetically pleasing material.
Photo: Jonathan Minster
Detail from the Lonely Halo light.
Photos: Mark Cocksedge
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