LED Lighting, Three Ways
May 12, 2015 - table lamp
These innovative lighting designs take LED to playful, stylish, and even charitable ends.
Lamp: Balloon of Light
LED record and classical venetian blown-glass traditions mix in Artemide’s Empatia list lamp. Designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Paola di Arianello, a Victorian bell jar-like architecture strikes a ideal change between light and surface.” Recognized with an iF Product Design Award final year, a lamp’s high-performance LED glows but glisten or losing a efficiency, while a dimmable potion architecture stays cold to a touch. Empatia is accessible in 3 sizes and energy levels.
Solar Power: Pocket Lamp
A unstable solar lantern is a ideal resolution for so many situations—illuminating disaster relief, a family camping trip, or even a child’s room during night. Solight Design’s Alice Min Soo Chun and Stacy Kelly were desirous by a beliefs of origami to emanate Solarpuff, a foldable cosmetic brick that weighs reduction than 3 ounces and can simply fit into a slot or purse. Using a lithium-ion battery powered by a photovoltaic solar panel, a unclouded smoke provides adult to 5 to 8 hours of light around 6 LEDs with a singular five-hour assign underneath a sun.
LED Lighting: Sharp Shadows
Artist and engineer Tony Conway’s T-series lights flare with creativity. Encased within a jewel-like sculpture, a LED list flare casts overwhelming patterns on surrounding surfaces when illuminated. Using waterjet technology, master metalworkers patterned a light’s geometric shapes, that were afterwards sanded and discriminating by palm to a well-spoken and mirror-like finish. Available in plain bronze or immaculate steel with expel unclouded plastic, a T-series is among conway’s initial forays into direct-to-consumer lighting designs.
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