The Gru Lamp Has a In-Built Circuit Board to Eliminate Wires

By: Akihiko Tse - Published: Oct 2, 2013 • References: illuministi & yankodesign
The Gru lamp is an adjustable table lamp that is self-powered by an imprinted circuit board, breaking the distinction 2D and 3D design.

The paper-thin minimalist lamp does not have any tangling or protruding wires, but is characterized by a total flatness that gives the lights the appearance that they are hovering autonomously. The LED lights and the components built in to the lamp means that a lighting pulse is self-provided to illuminate the lamp.

The Gru lamp, which literally translates to "crane" in Italian, is made from epoxy glass, giving the lamp a high resistance body to mechanical stress. The body of the lamp can be bent into various modular shapes, and despite the fragile-looking nature of the light, can be tilted so its head can face in different directions. Stats for In-Built Circuit Board Lights Trending: Older & Chilly
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