Most lamps are a stiff and fixed design, but designer Lenka Czereova's shapeshifting solar-powered lamps allows users to affix it onto any surface.
Reminiscent of a tripod, each of the light's three flexible robotic arms comes equipped with its own charging panels. Similar to a claw or grappling hook, its structure allows users to adjust the grip of the light fixture as well as redirect and concentrate the light to where it's most needed.
For dimmer settings, the shapeshifting solar-powered lamps can be flipped inside out to create and ambient glow instead. The eco-friendly manipulable design is so compact, users can stow away the lamp or even carry it in backpacks for camping or emergency use.