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A lamp with a very simple shape. Also the way it works is simple. But often the simple things hide interesting subjects. This is an example in fact the project is born observing the lunar eclipses.
Phases is a lamp that can be positioned close to a wall, on a table or a piece of furniture. Its white disc emits a powerful, neutral light for reading or working by. But all it takes is one movement for the room to be plunged into darkness and a warm light to spread over the wall. Like an eclipse, Phases is surprising and attractive.
txt: TTmag / Ferréol Babin