Italian design studio Digital Habits created this brilliant modular lamp that encourages human interaction. Called Dragon, the lamp consists of interlocking triangular modules filled with tiny LEDs that can be arranged to provide a variety of lighting effects. A fractal chandelier from the future, Dragon can be controlled with a simple smartphone app.
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.
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.