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Growing Indoors

There is a new type of lamp created by Bjarke Ingels Group and Artemide and this lamp is a color changing lamp that can help plants grow. This new lamp is called Gople, it is pilled shaped, can be adjusted into different temperatures and can diffuse different colored lights. The lights are either blue, red or white.

Each color can promote the growth of the plant indoors, without the help of the sun. It will still provide white lighting for its surrounding when needed so this lamp is very versatile.

This is a great design for lamps and can be a model for future lamps. Because of global warming, pollution and deforestation, there are less and less land for farmers to grow there crops. Many companies are already investing in places where crops can grow indoors. These lamps can be a big help to increase the amount of crops grown indoors. Restaurants can also start growing their own produce in their buildings. Growing their own produce can help reduce unwanted pesticides and chemicals in their food. These could be an expensive investment but ultimately this could help with a lot of the problems going on in the world.

2 Comments

  1. gebeling wrote:

    This is so cool! I think the lamp will really encourage users to have more plant life inside of their homes while having an aesthetically pleasing lamp. It would be interesting to see how expensive the lamp is in order to understand who their target audience is.

    Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 5:57 am | Permalink
  2. ycao21 wrote:

    Very interesting product, my mom would love to have this product. Every year before winter gets here, she always have to move all the plants and flower into the house, not only it is a lot of work for her, also the dust make the house very dirty too( I have dog, he always dig the dirts )It would be nice to have one of the lamp in the house to help plants to get through winter. I am just wonder if the lamp can also help with destress and depression by changing the color of the lights.

    Friday, November 2, 2018 at 6:56 pm | Permalink