Lumio

As we mentioned previously, Lumio is a lamp that looks like a book that glows with ambient of LED light and created by architect and industrial designer Max Gunawan. What makes it appealing is that when you open its cover, a concertina crafted to resemble the pages acts as a filter for the bright LEDs inside. It also portable, its lithium-ion rechargeable with a discreet charging port hidden in the spine. And because it is lit with LEDs, its power consumption is low, lasting up to eight hours.

Here is the complete list why Lumio is such a strong product for you to have.
Innovative design – Lumio is the first modern lamp that folds into a portable and compact book. It provides you access to beautiful and powerful lighting whenever you need it.

Multi-functional and modular – Lumio’s design is adaptable to the user’s changing needs: from table lamp, wall sconce, reading light, to many more. Each fixture is a module that can be arranged as part of a larger lighting configuration.

Highly interactive – The lamp automatically turns on and off as you open and close the cover. It is fun to use and the form can be adjusted to follow the function it serves.

Designed for modern living – With its cordless capability and flexible design, Lumio gives you the freedom to use it in unexpected ways around the house or take it with you wherever you go.

Smart materials and high performance – Lumio’s design blends environmentally friendly materials with high performing battery technology that can provide 8 hours of continuous lighting.

For those who are interested, one Lumio product will have a price tag of $95 and can be pre-order right now through their Kickstarter campaign which is already fully funded. Item will be ship in September this year.

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