Perhaps, such lighting will create an amazing combination of futurism and realism: a brutal row of water taps, from which a certain dull luminous substance flows.
The Light Drop by designer Rafael Morgan should remind people of how they manage their natural resources, in this particular case - water, because it is the main source of energy for every living organism in this wonderful world. Water is energy, truly.
The lighting element built into the wall includes a polycarbonate lamp with a specific shape, which is different for different models. The lamp has a built-in LED with a handle that is turned by means of a valve - the more you “open” the tap, the brighter the light shines. It's also a great way to save energy, especially when you compare how much less electricity bills are compared to paying a full lamp of the same design.
The design took the third place in the international design show jumping "Bright LED". Dark will be produced in 2008.