The interactive, untraditional way of lighting up your room. 

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A young designer Li Zanwen from Allocacoc DesignNest, who also won the 2016 Red Dot Award and the Red Dot Award Best of the Best, is introducing a desk lamp that will make your living room look a lot less ordinary. When you first look at it, it doesn't look like a lamp at all, but it still functions like one.

It looks a little bit like a simplified version of a dreamcatcher, but this desk lamp is about a lot more than just its sleek, curvy lines. It doesn't feature a traditional switch - HENG balance desk lamp actually comes with a special switch structure of two balls inside the wooden frames with embedded magnets. Once you pick up the lower ball and put it near the upper one, the two balls will find a balance and levitate in the middle of the lamp. Once the balance is reached, the lamp switches on. 

To bring nature closer to your home, designer selected high-quality wood to manufacture the Heng Lamp, giving the product a warm and natural appearance. The prototype lamp, which is ready to go into production after sufficient funds are raised, comes in round, sqaure and oval shape.

HENG lamp will cost you $44.95, and you can order yours on the product's Kickstarter page.

HENG Balance Lamp from Allocacoc DesignNest on Vimeo.

Jan. 11, 2017 Living photo: Heng Balance Lamp

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