Dawn To Dusk Lamps That Imitate The Sun

Dawn To Dusk lamps imitate the sunrise and sunset and let your regulate the intensity of color and its shade

Dawn To Dusk lamps imitate the sunrise and sunset and let your regulate the intensity of color and its shade

We continue sharing bold and eye-catchy lighting sources, and today’s spotlight is Dawn to Dusk by Haberdashery.

Called Dawn to Dusk, the lamps each feature a flat disc-shaped light source, which slides up and down a central black stem that is mounted on a weighty triangular base. As the disc-shaped light source rises up the stem, the color of the light transitions from a low-intensity red hue, through orange and warm white, to a bright white light designed to emulate the midday sun. Controlled by hand, the light source sits in an off position when at the base of the stem.

The disc can also be rotated 360 degrees so that the lamp can be used as a forward-facing task light. Or if rotated to face the wall, it will create an ambient glow. The lamps are controlled by custom-designed mechanical and electrical components that are integrated into the stand and head of the lamp. The only off-the-shelf component used in the design is the wall-mounted driver.

It can also help support our circadian rhythm – a gentle warm light can be used for waking up, a bright light for focus, and the orange and red hues can be used to unwind, relax and go to sleep in the evenings.

It can change the light from white to deep red to imitate the midday sun

It can change the light from white to deep red to imitate the midday sun

Support your circadian rhythm with gentle white light or bold deep red

Support your circadian rhythm with gentle white light or bold deep red

Control your lamps with mechanical and electrical elements

Control your lamps with mechanical and electrical elements

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