Jet-Setter Lite by Charles Cha

Inspired by the 1950s “jet set” lifestyle of the rich and famed socialites, this ‘green’ chic solid state illumination coupled with sensual flamboyant mirror finish aims to reawaken the sense of interactive live-work-play realism within self and the surroundings. Having a dual purpose nature of a wall lamp and up-lighter, its usage is functional and adaptable. Transforming from front illuminating wall lamp to a beaming up-lighter is as simple as sliding the lever switch. This interactive lever switch mimics a window blind shade notion. Moving up or down the sliding lever simulates the amount of light gleaming into the ‘cabin’ whereas light that are ‘blocked’ are forced up shimmering the top.

These illumination effects are possible by using strips of solid-state illumination technology (LEDs) as the windowpane. The position of lever switch determines the area or illumination. Arraying numerous ‘Jet-Setter lite’ will transform any living space to the richness of aircraft cabin-like interior. This scalability is not only desirable but also strengthens the notion of aircraft cabin within interior dwelling. Its sensual styling is also a strong statement.

Designer: Charles Cha


  • shreyansh says:

    is this light even available in the market i would love to buy them for my room

  • Free says:

    i love this, so much that im putting it on my do make list, im sure it wont look as awesome as this, but the concept is just great, good job

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