Thursday, August 27, 2009

Light Drop by Rafael Morgan

Winner of the Third Prize in the Bright LED International Design Competition, designer Rafael Morgan’s wall-mounted Light Drop is a play on another source of energy: water. Morgan wants us to think about how we use energy, or waste it – which is symbolized in the illuminated stream flowing out of the taps.
This stream is actually a custom-molded polycarbonate bulb with an embedded, dimmable LED in the faucet. In fact, the lighting controls are intuitively controlled by turning the faucets on and off, like a stream of water the more you turn them on, the brighter the light gets.
While each fixture can be bought separately, we feel that a series of these set up on your wall will make their effect much more powerful. The Light Drop is sold at Wever & Ducré.

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