Jake Dyson's Motorlight Wall Brings Art to Light

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: May 26, 2009 • References: designboom & ohgizmo
Illumination is quite a necessity, but often a forgotten gift. Jake Dyson’s Motorlight wall reminds us that light is important but also beautiful.

The mounted wall lamps have the ability to adjust the beam from an angle of 10 degrees to 120 degrees. The motor within the lights cycles between the minimum and maximum angles every 45 seconds.

Adjusting the angle of the beam is an easy way to change the mood of a room, or simply better illuminate it for different activities.

Each light goes for about $400 plus another $44 for a remote that can control up to 30 mounted lights at one time. Stats for Adjustable Home Light Beams Trending: Older & Chilly
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