With innovation comes ease, and nothing seems easier than Nicholas Baker‘s Prism. A clever example of intuitive design, the Prism is a night light that turns on and off with a simple tilt. Baker explains the Prism’s origin and concept:
“The goal of this project was to explore a personal light device and create an innovative product taking inspiration from a notable designer. I researched the subtle subconscious cues from Naoto Fukasawa’s design philosophy, along with his playful attitude to create my design.
The Prism is a simple night-light inspired by the classic see-saw. The light is turned on by a single tilt of the product, easing the hassle of finding and flipping a switch in the middle of the night.”
– Nicholas Baker.
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