The Offline Lamp creates a distraction-free environment for the consumer, as it only provides light if the user surrenders their smart phone.
This lamp was designed by Klemens Schillinger as a way to encourage individuals to disconnect from the "excessive stimulation" that smart devices promote. In order for this lamp to provide light, consumers must place their phone into a small integrated drawer -- the lamp will turn on once the weight-sensitive drawer closes.
The main purpose of this lamp is to encourage productivity among individuals, by asking people to trade in their devices in exchange for some peace and quiet. With the Offline Lamp, consumers can read a book or finish homework in a distraction-free environment.
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