This Decorate Wall Light is Made From Japanese Paper | Sebastian Hepting | Munich

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Munich based product designer Sebastian Hepting created this “Moodmoon Wall Light” from Japanese paper for the brand Ingo Maurer. The speciality of this decorative light is that it comes programmed with 14 different colour sequences that forms a wide variety of lighting moods” such as “underwater” and “red sun” and many others as per the users’ desired atmosphere. Read more about these decorative wall lights at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

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Change Colour Sequence As Per Your Mood

The Moodmoon Wall light demonstrates the changing light of the Moon. The designer used LED light points that can be independently controlled and programmed through an app, changing the colour sequences of the wall light as per set speed.

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It allows the users to set the colour sequence to create a desired atmosphere. As per the designer, along with LED’s, the Japanese paper plays a crucial role in creating different colour sequences

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Each sheet used in the formation of these lights is unique due to its fibres' irregular structure. They create translucent spots that make patterns of shadows and vibrant glare-free radiance when the light shines through.

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To Promote the Emotional Wellbeing

The light is excellent for private and professional use as it creates several lighting moods. For instance, the white-blue “mood” is ideal for working hours, while a softer tone lighting is apt for relaxation moments.

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This design is envisioned to promote the emotional well-being of the users. It is available in square and round shapes, each in two different sizes.

Designer: Sebastian Hepting
Brand: Ingo Maurer GmbH

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