Fascinating Lamps That Dance Like Jellyfish Tauheed Ahmad March 17, 2015 Fashion, Interior Design 981 In a charmed and continuous blend of technology and organic aesthetic, Studio Drift, an art and design studio in Amsterdam, has produced a set of lovely silken ceiling lamps often called “Shylights” that impersonator the circadian rhythms of flowers by opening and closing in a hypnotizing dance. Therefore, in flowers, nyctinasty is the opening and closing of their petals or leaves in response to light or darkness. Moreover it is organic movement that the “Shylights” seek to emulate. They work merely when activated, the flower’s cocoon drops up to 30ft down, inflating the flower-like silken skirt in the lamp’s frame and revealing its complete beauty. The set of lamps then rises and falls in a programmable choreographed sequence. The lamps are presently a perpetual exhibit at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, which requested that the studio make the lamps after seeing their non-permanent model. The making of Shylight (short version) from Studio DRIFT on Vimeo. Related PostsArtist Vainius Kubilius Drills Coconuts into Lamps That Shine Striking Patterns of LightsStunning Illuminated Fish Lamps by Frank Gehry Old Bottles Turn into Beautiful Rechargeable LampGalaxy Beddings Will Feel You to Sleep Among the Stars Unique Space-Saving Light Design with Potted PlantsEye-Catching Jewelry by Mai McKemyStylishly Coffee Table Strength in Simplicity by Bungee Cord TensionQuartz Nails, The Newest Beauty TrendFascinating Trio of Treehouses Each Have an Exclusive Cozy Feel The Ikea’s Flat-Pack GARDEN for TowniesOld Cement Factory Turn Into Breathtaking HomeBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall Trophy Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.