Flower inspired, variable-brightness lamp.


Nymphaea is a lamp inspired by the Water Lilly. Like a flower, it’s petals open and close. To turn on, pull the top of a petal outwards, and the other eight petals open in tandem, getting brighter and brighter.

Push the petals back in, and the petals glow softer the closer they get to the center. When the petals are completely closed, the lights are completely out.

Nymphaea is a night lamp for times when a glaring overhead light is just too much. Nymphaea puts out just the right amount of light needed for doing bedside tasks. For a quick trip to the kitchen to get water, Nymphaea would be perfect on a hall table. No fumbling for switches or dimmers, effortlessly turn Nymphaea on with the push of a finger.

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