The Armstrong Trap Lamp does not require a switch, a dimmer or a stand to function, for it provides its user with some intuitive and hands-on mechanisms to achieve his or her ideal level of lighting. Made in the form a sphere, and produced with openings all over its surface, this multipurpose illuminator can be playfully manipulated in order to turn it on.
Capable of being set up as cordless and battery-powered, Constantin Bolimond's table lamp sits like an abstract sculpture. With each of its holes plugged by cork caps, the object produces no illumination; however, the removal of just one will cause the energy-efficient LEDs to glow from within. If the user wants a higher level of light, he can easily remove more stoppers from the Armstrong Trap Lamp, on the side that faces him.
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