When you need less light, zip up this lamp and when you need more of it, simply unzip. The Zipper lamp, designed by Frederic Julian Rätsch, aims to offer the users an unusual and interesting way to play with the intensity of the light. The beautiful mood lamp is made from wire frame and two upholstery fabric. The outer cover for the Zipper lamp features a random arrangement of black and white graphics, which adds individuality and vibrancy to the mood light. The use of a high range of gray tones also plays with the brightness of the lamp. The yellowish outside skin with an orange-colored zipper lets users control the flow of light. It would be all fun to watch the Zipper lamp illuminate your space when you unzip it all the way to its base.
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If you are fed up with the run-of-the-mill lighting fixtures, NONdesigns has something cool for you could play with. One of the latest addition to their portfolio is the Flip light that changes color when you play with it. You can enjoy any color in the spectrum of light while you roll or toss the Flip light. The tactile luminaire allows animations of light, which are in response to the contact made by the user.