Lull - Designed by three Norwegian designers (Marianne Varmo, Heidi Buene and Audun Kollstad), Lull is a lamp that opens and closes like a flower. During sunrise, it acts as a bud and stretches its petals to bloom. At the same time, it dims up to give a powerful morning light. In the evening, when its time to go to bed, the flower slowly closes while the light is dimmed down and it turns into a bud again. The user will experience a gradual dim instead of the abrupt darkness you get from a normal lamp when it gets switched off. The motion of the petal is controlled by a small motor and the lamp has a time-adjustable dimmer which can be set individually for each user's recommended cycle of sleep. Designed to tackle sleeping issues, lull is one interesting lamp I must say with that adjustable dimmer together with kinetic design. Check out the video below on how it works and click here for more info.