21 Fantastic InMOOV Pendant Lamps Inspired By Flowers Opening

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Nature has always been a source of inspiration for musicians, sculptors, writers and other creative folks, and the same is said about designers and architects, of course. And here’s one more design studio and piece inspired by nature: Berlin-based Studio Lieven were inspired by movements in nature, like when flowers open or if jellyfish swim through the water, while designing the inMOOV lamp. The faceted lamp’s figure is made utilizing the Invertible Disc, something of their own creation.

The lamp is able to move from a smaller fixture to a much larger, stretched out one because of this Invertible Disc folding and unfolding of itself. Hidden within are strips of LEDs that vary in color temperature based on if the fixture is open (3500 Kelvin), forming a gentle light emitting the ceiling, or shut (2500 Kelvin), which creates a focused, warm light pointing down.

These distinctive futuristic lamps definitely remind of character but this really is a brand new and futuristic spin in the natural shapes and types.

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