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Brief Published: 26 Jul 2011

Lighting Mimics Colours of Dawn and Dusk


Japanese designer Kazuhiro Yamanaka has designed a lamp that aims to replicate the ebbing of colours at the beginning and end of each day.

Produced using stainless steel and lenticular lens film – a plastic sheet film that distorts colour and perception – the lighting product, named Cielo, changes the perception of the bulb’s hue as the viewer moves around it, varying from bright white to deep blue.

Kazuhiro Yamanaka