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The Touch Lamp Vase for Bosa Sheds Light on Touch Technology

 - May 3, 2011
References: bosatrade & dezeen
Who says Aladdin is the only one who can have a magic lamp?

Definitely not the Roger Arquer Studio, who recently released their touch lamp vases to the public. These lamps are nothing short of magical. The modern white ceramic piece doubles as a lamp and a flower vase and is purposely lacking a light switch. This is because, believe it or not, the flowers themselves act as the switch to the piece. To turn on the light, one merely has to touch one of the flowers, which act as conductors to the attached light bulb, and voila, let there be light! This product is an enlightening example of the potential of touch-sensitive technology within the home.

This fun floral furnishing is guaranteed to brighten up both your day and your home.