Table lamp designs are getting more and more creative and whimsical. We are no longer content simply with classic shapes. More and more, we want variety and uniqueness. To bring these two demands to life, designer Constantin Bolimond has come up with the Armstrong Light Trap. His invention is inspired by the surface of the moon that is littered with many holes and craters. Each of these imperfections add to the moon’s beauty and charm.
The specific surface of the moon is reproduced in the Armstrong Light Trap. Each indentation is designed in an interactive manner that will have the user interact with the lamp. The lamp has a spherical shape. Here and there corks have been added to pose as the craters of the moon. Each protruding piece can be removed by the user. In doing so, the brightness of the light can be adjusted. If you want to have dim light, you can merely remove one or two corks. Otherwise, more or even all can be taken off.
Inside the the spherical body of the lamp, the designer has placed energy-efficient, warm white LED lights. The device can work either with a battery or through a power supply network. Its interesting design also gets rids of on/off buttons. In order to turn on the lamp, you have to remove at least one cork. In order to turn it off, all corks must be put back to their place.
The lifespan of the LEDs used for this lamp is about 20 thousand hours. The Armstrong Light Trap is not the first such whimsical item designed by Constantin Bolimond. The designer has also come up with the Bloom Lamp, an item based on a flower’s shape and structure. In the case of this lamp the power of light is regulated by the level of petals opening.
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