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Remember when our ancients setting up light in the dark? They stack up woods and light it up with a flick of fire. Today, in the modern world, Hungarian designer Panni Pais did the same concept for lighting, instead he made them on sticks.

Contemplating the possibility of a varied use in space, the manipulation of a luminary effect is based on the inclusion of an LED illumination light source set within a plexi tube.

Packaging is an important part of the design, where the symbolic story of igniting a fire begins. Pull the wooden lighting pieces out from a simple, labelled paper cylinder like that of the organization of kindling material.

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