The attempt is to free the light from the spatial elements that have been the constraints of traditional cable lamps.

In this workshop, students investigated the home environment in search of every-day actions and their needs, identifying a specific context to explore.

The aim of this collection was to define a new perspective, where the lamp follows human behaviour and not the other way around. What was challenging about this task is that possibilities are endless.

During the workshop, students gave birth of a series of dynamic objects that are almost “alive”, that complement human actions in a changing environment (the house).

New ways of living coming with new ways of lighting.

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