This Moodable lamp was done by Alissa Wolter, when she was studying Product & Interaction Design at the Kunsthochschule Berlin.
"Moodable is an interactive lamp that can be adapted to various situations. The light quality can be changed by a simple and intuitive motion: opening the lamp changes light temperature, brightness and propagation angle simultaneously. The principle is based on a folding mechanism that enables digital lighting control through an analogue gesture, thus creating an intuitive user experience."
"The two halves of the housing are identical, making production and assembly easier."
Moodable won the Lighting Design Awards' Lighting Product Design of the Year for the project in 2019.
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