The Nissyoku Lamp Illuminates Like a Natural Phenomenon

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Mar 7, 2010 • References: igendesign.wordpress &
Designed to mimic the way the moon obscures the light of the sun, the Nissyoku Lamp from Igendesign combines a natural occurence in astronomy with the aesthetics of modern design.

The Nissyoku Lamp features two panels that are fixed with magnets, and is powered by "hybrid capacitors, capable of severe temperature with no maintenance over 10 years," describes The Design Blog. Further, it is an eco-friendly design that uses LED lights in each panel and comprises a body finished in reusable and decomposing polymer. Stats for Solar Eclipse Fixtures Trending: Older & Mild
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