Helios Lighting System Concept for Elderly People

Helios Lighting System Concept for Elderly People

The Helios system is an automatic lighting system designed to help the elderly live a healthier life through healthier lighting. According to experts, the two major health problems facing the elderly today are falls and bad quality of sleep. The products required for the system are a wall sconce, night light and a system-specific light […]

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Penta Pendant Lamp by Luca Casarotto

Penta Pendant Lamp by Luca Casarotto

Penta pendant lamp can change the look of your living room totally. “Penta” is designed by Italian designer, Luca Casarotto, during Foscarini Lab workshop by Foscarini. Penta can provide light to every requirement. Once opened, it offers an elegant chiaroscuro light texture with different shades and rotary motion. Its shades can change 15 sides in […]

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Beautiful Accent Light from In-Fusions

Beautiful Accent Light from In-Fusions

Really, you don?t have to be a tree hugger to appreciate the LED Accent Lighting from in-fusions. These innovative eco-friendly lamps are designed to consume only 3W of power with an average life of 18000 hrs. Group a bunch of them together or use them stand-alone to jazz up your living or work space. Design […]

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Capsuli : A Solar Powered LED Emergency

Capsuli : A Solar Powered LED Emergency

Say hello to capsuli, a rechargeable solar powered LED emergency light kit. Capsuli is small yet powerful enough to emit light from the palm of your hand. You can dock each capsule to a pad that embedded with solar cells, twisting this capsule will activate it.

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Melting Light, Your Classic Chandelier

Melting Light, Your Classic Chandelier

The idea behind it is to reinterpret the classic “chandelier” completely different. Daniel Becker, the designer, experimented with different lampshade forms which should reflect light into the room. He also created an optical unstability – the wave is thicker on one end and thinner on the other one, but you can’t see this at first. […]

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