Copper Home 2010

Design Manon Leblanc
Honorable Mentions - Students Category

"Fago" is a lamp that exploits the electrical conductivity of copper and is operated simply by laying one or more rods, depending on the amount of light desired, on the copper plate that forms the base of the lamp. The rods light up by simple contact. In addition to controlling the intensity of the light via a simple gesture, it is also possible to fashion the composition of the illuminated surface by arranging the rods in various patterns or randomly on the plate. 
By reflecting the white LED light of the rods, the plate transforms it into a pleasantly warm light. The entire system is based on the negative and positive polarisation of the base and the rods, which thus allows a circuit to be created. 

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