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Moon Lamp Whose Light Can Be Adjusted By Unplugging Its Craters

Published 5 years ago

This enchanting LED light lamp by Moscow-based designer Constantin Bolimond was inspired by the mysterious craters of the Moon. Cleverly called “Armstrong – Light Trap,” the ceramic lamp is illuminated by warm white light when at least one plug is removed and is turned off when you put the plugs in again. You can control the intensity of the light by choosing how many and which corks to unplug.

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Armstrong - Light Trap, Armstrong lamp, artistic light, Constantin Bolimond, full-post, lamp design, lamps, Light Trap lamp, moon craters, moon-inspired design, moon-inspired lamp
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