Energy Flower by Eva Harlou
Den danske arkitekt Eva Harlou har designet en futuristisk og naturinspireret lampe til det offentlige rum.
Lampen Energy Flower lades op ved hjælp af solceller i “bladene”, og fungerer som almindelig lampe og desuden som ladestander for mobilt udstyr. Rødderne som løber ved lampens base kan bruges som bænke.
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New lamp design by Danish architect Eva Harlou.
The solar energy lamp is a multifunctional and social design for urban environments. The leaves of the flower have solar panels and can be turned towards the best sun position. The lamp produces its own energy and becomes a street light at night. The solar energy is also used to recharge electronic devices such as cell phones and laptops. The root structures serve as benches.
Day and night people meet by the energy flower to relax and to recharge their electronic devices. In this way the non-social activity such as speaking on the phone is turned into a social act. People who recharge their cell phones by the energy flower show other citizens that they care about the environment.
The solar energy lamp proves that sustainable and high-tech design can be beautiful. The flower as a motive stands in contrast to the urban environment and symbolizes something peaceful and poetic.