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The Candela Uses Natural Energy to Provide Light and Charge Smartphones

 - Apr 19, 2016
References: fancy & dezeen
The Candela lamp designed by Francisco Gomez Paz offers a dual-function decor piece that uses environmentally friendly energy to provide an ambient light source as well as charge smartphone devices. The sleek cylindric shape of the lamp with a frosted glass shade adds to the contemporary function of the accessory.

The design of the Candela light combines both modern and traditional styles while making use of the heat generated from the LED bulb. The energy is converted into electricity that can be used to power up tech devices such as smartphones and tablets. The light is powered by a smokeless flame that provides energy to both the LED lights inside as well as tech devices. An aluminium interior houses the flameless flame, while a soft white exterior provides an ambient glow.