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studio natural brings lucio energy point into living spaces
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apr 09, 2014
studio natural brings lucio energy point into living spaces


studio natural brings lucio energy point into living spaces
all images courtesy of studio natural

 

 

 

italian company studio natural has created ‘lucio’, a light-powered energy point that recharges electronic devices. taking advantage of something that exists in all living spaces, the element uses both sunlight and artificial light to turn it into power. the project is conceived as a piece of furniture that stores this energy from interior environments, transferring it to daily tools such as smartphones and tablets. ‘lucio’ serves as a flexible charging island that can be positioned far away from the wall and plugs.

 


daily tools like smartphone and tablets can be recharged 

 


the charging island uses light from indoor environments

 


the energy point can be positioned away from wall plugs

 


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