Our lifestyle is dictated by the sun, so the 'Ra Lamp' looks to incorporate this aspect a little more directly into the design of our interior spaces. The lamp is the design work of Sergey Gotvyansky and consists of a sun unit at the end of a pole that turns on and off to mimic the way that we see the sun each morning and evening. The unit works with a rotating axis that stays off when it's at 0 and will reach maximum brightness when at 90 degrees to bring bright light overhead just like the real sun.
The 'Ra Lamp' has an exceptionally naturalistic aesthetic that makes it suitable for incorporation in a space where a touch of natural design is needed to warm it up.
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