Wishing for a light that can change styles with a simple movement, emerging Australian lighting designer Flynn Talbot created the . Proving to be an interactive light product, the lamp is: “deliberately minimal, making the light effect the central focus. The polished brass base contains all the LED’s and technology and is not connected to the hand-blown opal glass sphere. The sphere simply sits on the base and is supported by a ring of felt. It can then be rolled in any direction to determine the intensity and colour of the light from the illuminated base.” Named after the XY axis, the light rotates for an ever-changing lighting experience. It encourages the user to actively participate in creating the desired mood: it is a very personal experience, based on senses. By exploring the colours, you create your own desired lighting effect. The functions are remarkable simply – no dimmers, no switches, no remote control, no instructions.
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