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Dragon is a unique light that needs the user’s involvement and interaction to function. Thanks to its modular design, it can be arranged and re-arranged into 256 organic forms. It features six different LED lighting moods that vary from fade in, fade out, candle, wave, cloud and gradients.

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Simply controlled by a Smartphone app, Innocenzo Rifino and Diego Rossi’s design can be customized from the comfort of a sofa. Thanks to a software program the lamp syncs automatically, mapping a chosen layout, type and modules’ arrangement creating the desired lighting effect.

We spotted Dragon at Milan Design Week’s Superstudio Più‘s area, a space for anticipating needs, changes and developments in the market and in society.

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Photos by Digital Habits and Patrick Toomey-Neri for Inhabitat