zachary moller: apollo
zachary moller: apollo
jun 24, 2012

zachary moller: apollo

‘apollo’ by zachary moller all images courtesy of zachary moller

new zealand-based designer zachary moller has developed ‘apollo’ a flashlight and desk lamp for everyday. it is commonplace for a this object to linger hidden and obscured in daily life which becomes problematic when illumination is required. all of the electronic components are housed within an inner-sphere which enables a hollow handle. to change its function, the inner sphere is rolled back on itself to become a radiant lantern or directional spotlight. the intensity of the light can be varied by switching on the required number of LED.

zachary moller: apollo

zachary moller: apollo on/off switch

zachary moller: apollo

zachary moller: apollo

zachary moller: apollo spotlight

zachary moller: apollo

zachary moller: apollo ambient lamp

zachary moller: apollo color variations

zachary moller: apollo flashlight

zachary moller: apollo development sketches

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  • that looks great! Congrats

    Beth Moller-Tank
  • Hreat Design

  • Nice work! Really great concept and love the sketches

  • looks like a sex toy…


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