Oblique Shadow Night Light
斜影夜灯  |  Oblique Shadow Night Light
 

一盏球形夜灯,底部为一个椭圆托盘,可以随手放置一些小物件同时托盘的形状就像是球形夜灯斜斜的“影子”。

在晚上睡眠时我们需要在昏暗的情况下使用夜灯,另外夜灯也通常被放在床头柜和桌上,在睡觉前我们也会有一些诸如手表、首饰、钥匙亦或者是口袋里的零散物件需要放置,于是我设计了一盏球形夜灯,底部为一个椭圆托盘,可以随手放置一些小物件,我认为灯和盘子的关系在使用行为上的关系是紧密的,于是我将托盘做在圆灯的下面并进行拉伸让盘子看上去就像是球形夜灯斜斜的“影子”,另外影子这个符号让我们联系起将物品放置在隐蔽处的固有性行为,借助这种形态所形成的关联故而给置物在托盘上提供一种心理上的安全感,同时灯亮的情况下我们看到它的“影子”也能构成一种有趣的思索。斜影夜灯的使用方式也十分简单,当我们需要打开灯的时候只需要按压白色的灯球,它会触动底部的开关从而亮起,再按一下它则关闭。

This is a spherical night light, the bottom of which is an oval tray. People can put some small objects on this tray very conveniently. In addition, the shape of the tray is just like the oblique shadow of this spherical night light.

In the evening we need to use the night light in dim conditions, and the night light is usually placed on the bedside table and table. Before going to sleep, we also have some scattered items such as watches, jewelry, keys or pockets. Need to place, so I designed a spherical night light, the bottom is an elliptical tray, you can put some small objects at hand, I think the relationship between the lamp and the plate is close in the use behavior, so I made the tray in the circle The underside of the lamp is stretched to make the plate look like a "shadow" of the slanting of a spherical night light. In addition, the symbol of the shadow allows us to associate with the intrinsic behavior of placing the item in a hidden place. The association thus provides a psychological security on the tray, and we can see that its "shadow" can also constitute an interesting reflection when the light is on. The use of the oblique night light is also very simple. When we need to turn on the light, we only need to press the white light ball, it will touch the bottom switch to light up, and then press it to close.
Oblique Shadow Night Light
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Oblique Shadow Night Light

This is a spherical night light, the bottom of which is an oval tray. People can put some small objects on this tray very conveniently. In additi Read More
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