2019 / Illumination / Desk Lamps / Professional
MOODS, a playful desk lamp with an hidden feature. Completely adjustable and integrated with smart film technology, the desk lamp let you play with the softness and hardness of light effects to suit your different light needs. Need a reading light? Turn the leds switch dimmer to the level you want and the Smart film transparent with just a touch! Need ambient lighting? Swivel the lampshade upwards and turn the smart film switch opaque.
The base is intentionally designed in an oversize torus shape, in order to ensure stability and to add the functionality of a stationery holder.
Bio Considers himself as a purist, “shapes simple but with strong character”, the Architect Francesco Cappuccio was born in 1967 in Caserta, Italy . He studied architecture at the University of Naples (1994) and graduated with a Master degree in Industrial Design (1997).
Francesco took part in numerous contest of design all around the world, getting awards and publications on specialized magazines. Among those received are: Red Dot Singapore (2007), First Prize for “A Piece Of Furniture For Reading Places” International competition by the Aldo Morelato Foundation, Italy (2007).
Other prizes A'Design Award in "Arts & Crafts"A'Design Award in "Lighting Products"IES New South Wales Award of CommendationThree Shortlisted Designs for OLED LIGHTING International Design CompetitionFirst Prize in international competition “Perfect Pitch Trainer Challenge” by SKLZFirst Prize in international competition “Great Garage Door Design” by AMARRLouis XXI (coffee table) become part of the Museum permanent collection of M.A.A.M Bronze Prize at international competition ” Kitchen gadgets of the future”Shortlisted for the international competition “Dining in 2015″Third Prize at international competition “Legno e progetto” CalligarsShortlisted for the international competition “Premio Vico Magistretti”First Prize in international competition “New Puller for LAMPO”Bronze Prize & Special Selection at Incheon international competitionRed Dot Design AwardFirst Prize in international competition of design “The Significant furniture 07″
Photo Credit: Lightsculptures