Lull: The living lamp

The Lull is a lamp that opens and closes like a real flower. Check out this award-winning lamp designed by Marianne Varmo, Audun Kollstad og Heidi Buene.

Lull works like this: As a bud during sunrise it stretches its petals to bloom. It opens carefully and dims up to give a powerful morning light. In the evening Lull acts the opposite. When it’s time to go to bed, the flower slowly closes while the light is dimming down and it turns into a bud again. The user will experience a gradually dim instead of the abrupt dark you get from a normal lamp when it gets switched off.

Lull has a calm an soothing apperance when it’s closed. When it opens it’s energetic and bright. The motion of the petals is controlled by a small motor, and the lamp has a time-adjustable dimmer. It is to be set individually for each users recommended cycle of sleep.

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