aiming to redefine the light switch, israel-based studioknob presents ‘click’, a light fixture which turns on once anchored to a metal surface. inviting the users to touch, change, and interact, the piece consists of two metal tips and a rope.
the parts of studioknob’s creation allow low voltage electricity to run through them. thus, rope metal connecting them, which is intertwined with LED lights, lights up ones connected to the metal with a click sound.
video by studio knob
click’s rope — which is available in different length — stretches, flows, drops, ties and twists between the metal surfaces in endless shapes and combinations and with each click a new phase appears.
edited by: maria erman | designboom
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