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The Light Drop

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The Light Drop by the Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan is the second project of this designer that I present on this blog, after last month I’ve presented you Hope Table. The interesting part of this innovative lighting design is : “Drop Light” is a lamp out of steel and silicone functioning by LED whose light intensity is controlled while turning the tap. Unfortunately these lamps are not to sell: they are only concepts suggested by the Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan, but the ideas suggested by him are very interesting.

10 comments

  • Rafael Morgan July 19, 2007 at 14:56 PM Login to Reply →

    Hi,
    Thanks for believing in my work!
    I am currently looking for someone to produce my designs.
    I really could use some help.
    Regards,
    Rafael Morgan, Brazil.

  • Michael July 19, 2007 at 15:55 PM Login to Reply →

    Hello Rafael !

    I’m glad that you are here, and about your designs who knows maybe someone will see them and maybe will contact you. Until now I have 531 RSS subscribers and other people who come daily to my website. Maybe one of them can give you a little help. Or do you have some ideas ? I’ll be glad to help you, and see your designs “alive”.

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  • Cheryl July 21, 2007 at 20:01 PM Login to Reply →

    I am usually on a look out for such intersting things for my blog and the drop light is indeed a unique concept. Thanks Freshome for updating us and Rafael u simply rock!!

    I would like to add your site to my blogroll…Hey it will be great if we add each other in our blogrolls…visiting eath other will be easy then.

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  • [...] To tylko projekt lampy więc niestety nie można jej jeszcze kupić. Wydaje się jednak bardzo interesująca. Została zaprojektowana przez designera Rafaela Morgan, tego samego który stworzył stolik nadziei. Lampa zrobiona jest z metalu i silikonowego węża z diodami LED. Za pomocą kurka można regulować jasność światła podobnie jak ciśnienie wody w prawdziwym kranie. [via freshome] [...]

  • shakir August 25, 2008 at 18:02 PM Login to Reply →

    fantastic design!

    for a second i thought that turning the faucet extended the
    light – that would be amazing. this might be possible if the baffle material was made of a temperature sensitive material – similar to the wax in a lava lamp. i am not aware of a suitable material though.

    Rafael you are a real visionary, i hope your designs get picked up quickly.

  • rizwana September 26, 2008 at 15:20 PM Login to Reply →

    WWOOWWWWW

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