Nightlight Simplified With Touch

The Senzo Nightlight is a very sweet intuitive light that is fitted on the wall, 80 centimeters above the floor. This specific position is so that both children and adults can touch it conveniently in the darkness. Let me explain, at night if you don’t have the lights on, you usually reach out to feel for the walls to get your bearings and then move forward. Fingertips skimming the walls till you reach the door, that’s the inspiration behind this design. So as you walk past touching the tube, a soft lighting follows you.

To make it more than just a nighlamp, the designer duo have added another useful feature to the Senzo. During power cuts, the light doubles up as the backup light. Quite clever!

Designers: Soledad Clavell and Marcos Madia

15 Comments

  • I think we need this one for our pop-up tent trailer that we're remodeling!

  • I think we need this one for our pop-up tent trailer that we're remodeling!

  • Can't find any serious use for this. There are switches with a little led which would make "fingertip skimming the walls" useless, I believe even these lights have that in the power button (read/blue/green). Further, clap activated light switches would be far more helpful. Also, after several years in a same house, one will start knowing where the switches are. "During power cuts acts as a backup light"? I don't think the people that can afford this will have many power cuts.

  • Can't find any serious use for this. There are switches with a little led which would make “fingertip skimming the walls” useless, I believe even these lights have that in the power button (read/blue/green). Further, clap activated light switches would be far more helpful. Also, after several years in a same house, one will start knowing where the switches are. “During power cuts acts as a backup light”? I don't think the people that can afford this will have many power cuts.

  • Jonathan Jay says:

    I really like how intuitive and natural this concept is. Clap on? At night while everyone is trying to sleep?

  • wat says:

    I really like this. Seriously, I want one for my own house. No more running in the dark for a bathroom break because there are monsters everywhere. (I am afraid of the dark, not even joking)

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