London-based duo Omer & Ortal Menashri, have designed a table lamp that allows you to adjust the amount of light it shows by quickly pushing the light down, or by using the screw mechanism, depending on the design.
After being inspired by watching the way a syringe works, they designed a lamp that would essentially replace the liquid with light, and ended up with a surprising result. Having grown up around a woodworking shop, he started designing and created the DiMO Lamp.
Each lamp is made using Beech wood, and the lights emit 420 Lumen.
Some of the designs also come with a painted section.
Apart from being used in the home, the lamp could also been used for restaurant and workplace locations.
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