Great Industrial Design Student Work: Alissa Wolter's Moodable Lamp

This Moodable lamp was done by Alissa Wolter, when she was studying Product & Interaction Design at the Kunsthochschule Berlin.

“Moodable is an interactive lamp that can be adapted to various situations. The light quality can be changed by a simple and intuitive motion: opening the lamp changes light temperature, brightness and propagation angle simultaneously. The principle is based on a folding mechanism that enables digital lighting control through an analogue gesture, thus creating an intuitive user experience.”

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“The two halves of the housing are identical, making production and assembly easier.”

Moodable won the Lighting Design Awards’ Lighting Product Design of the Year for the project in 2019.

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