LED Trask Light From MIO

April 22nd, 2011 by retail design blog

LED buildings are popping out anywhere and all of them are aiming to be one of the most eco-friendly architecture. However, MIO, a Philadelphia based design team uses LED not for their eco-building but for their eco-friendly LED lighting fixture. Their product called the Trask light uses LED that is why they are considered as eco-friendly. However, the exciting twist is that, the Trask light is also transformable into different forms. You can have it as your desk lamp or a stylish suspension light by linking each other. This creative eco-lighting fixture can switch from being track or task, where the product name Trask came from.


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