LOGI, with a conceptual control system designed by Mária Bujňáková, a graphic and product designer from studio Furnicoolture based in Košice, Slovakia. The volume of illumination is regulated by a low-tech but high-art procedure of placing logs within a space that can recognize the number. To increase or decrease the illumination level is easy and intuitive; you simply add or remove logs. The concept is logical and deeply human, a culmination of years of human interaction with fire as a form of light. Creating a personal connection, as in this concept, goes beyond the usual detached and impersonal interaction with a switch user-interface on a smartphone. Often with high-tech designs, the human element is missing, but this concept is personal and rooted in human culture and history whilst still being up-to-date in its contemporary use of minimalist design.
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- Mária Bujňáková
- Product design: light | Product design: object
Logi light has been inspired by the fireplace and intuitive stoking the wood into the fire.
Three levels of the intensity.
Oak wood and solid surface (art stone)