An innovative lamp has been created by designer Quentin Vaulot which allows you to pull out light along a strip and then form it into shapes to enable you to create the perfect light for whatever you might be doing.
The lamp called “Shape Is Use” only uses the required amount of power needed to illuminate the exposed lighting strip which you have pulled from the base, saving both money and the environment. Watch the video after the jump to see how the concept works.
“Energy consumption is in this way proportional to the needs of the user while generating light that is proportional to the activity and space intended. The tape is unrolled and controlled manually, and its structure provides versatility and a multitude of layouts and uses.”
“Lamps are designed to meet our specific needs. Their shapes, dimensions and materials define directly the type of lighting produced to specific uses, therefore requiring a model for every situation. In response to a growing demand for flexibility in our daily environment, I propose an adaptable lighting system suitable for all circumstances.”Filed Under: Concepts & Design, Design News