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Bjarke Ingels Group & Artemide's Color-Changing Lamp is Pill-Shaped

 - Oct 18, 2018
References: big.dk & dezeen
Architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group partners up with Italian brand Artemide to create a stylish color-changing lamp that has the potential to benefit indoor vegetation. The product is dubbed the 'Gople' and its characteristics not only include functional qualities but also a design-forward appearance. The lighting fixture is pill-shaped and boasts distinct contemporary sensibilities.

The color-changing lamp makes use of a patented RWB system that "allows light to be set at different temperatures. The lightly diffused ambiance that is created by the Gople is beneficial to a tranquil home environment but also helps plants perform photosynthesis. While the blue light stimulates growth, the red encourages blossoming. Ideal for communal environments, living abodes and anywhere with excessive foliage, the Bjarke Ingels Group x Artemide color-changing lamp is sure to make a statement.