By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 00:36:02 AM.
Designer Jean-Baptiste Durand produced a stunning lamp series named Lampes, which seem very exceptional. All of these were inspired by celestial bodies or mild look.
In the base of the vase created out borosilicate doublewall glass, a nebulizer system transforms water to mist.
The next lamp, Paysage Transparent, transparent landscape in French, is a lamp completely made from PMMA, with Lumisheet technologies as lighting. Turned off, PMMA slabs are totally transparent. When switched on, the lumps of micro-machined thread grab the light coming out of the LEDs on the border of the panels.
The previous lamp, Soleils, suns in French, sets two lights/suns onto a ring which rotate in 24 hour periods. In 00:01, the 2 spotlights are in the base of this base. They diffuse a marginally red-tinted mild, like a sunlight at sunrise. Through the afternoon, mild gets whiter and reaches its zenith in midday. As the times becoming nearer into the day, the light turns to a light orange. The spotlights finish their cycle at 23:59 and then return to their first position.
Source : DigsDigs
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