The Emotion Lighting Concept Responds to Human Touch

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 13, 2011 • References: & designbuzz
The Emotion Lighting Concept shows that people are still craving household items that they can connect with on a deeper level, not just interact with them on a traditional and everyday basis. As modern society becomes more and more engaged online, physical engagement has steadily declined, so that some individuals need constant reminders of such innate things as feelings.

Designed by Andrew Williams, the Emotion Lighting Concept takes on the organic shape of a flower. Instead of reacting to sunlight, however, this floor lamp responds to human touch. According to Design Buzz, the Emotion lighting concept is equipped with "shape memory alloys which have a specific and unique molecular arrangement that allows them to 'remember' predefined arrangements." Stats for Feeling Floor Lamps Trending: Older & Warm
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