Moon landings, probes, we will always have a desire for the moon.
In the hands of the designer, the moon has become a decoration in the home.
"After the first American landing on the moon in 1969, people couldn't wait to enter the 'space-age'. The same goes for design.
Here are 10 designs derived from the moon that will bring us closer to the moon.
1. Verpan Moon Pendant
The 20th century's most famous Danish designer, Verner Panton.
He designed the famous "Panton Chair."
He is good at combining technology with art.
One of his masterpieces is the "Verpan Moon Pendant", which he designed in 1960.
It is combined with a fan blade that can rotate automatically.
Changing the light/darkness, like a full moon or missing moonlight.
2. 3D printing Moon Lamp
Moon lamp from lunarlamps, using the most advanced 3D printing technology
Achieve 100% accurate restoration of the moon lamp.
In addition, it can be freely customized with images, text, graphics, logos, etc.
You can place a moon lamp anywhere in your home and have the moon with you every day!
3. Living on the moon (classic design: Ball Chair)
In this image depicting the future of human habitation on the moon
There is a classic design from the last century - the "ball chair"
"Ball chair" was designed by Eero Aarnio of Finland.
It's a semi-circular, semi-enclosed space.
This chair has held the record for high production since its start in 1963!
His work still plays an important role in thousands of homes to this day
The "Bubble Chair", for example, is so pure and transparent that it is like being in mid-air.
And the ball chair is often seen in science fiction films.
For example, the early sci-fi film Moon Zero Two (1969) appears in the cosmic scene.
The period was associated with the moon landing, and even the design had a spacey feel to it.
4. Astronauts' televisions
The Japanese company JVC had a TV around 1970.
This black-and-white TV caught the moon landing craze of the day.
If you remember the first American moon landing. That classic souvenir photo of the astronauts on the moon.
That's right, it's a TV - rounded like an astronaut's helmet, clear and full of texture.
The designer's name is Ryuzo Fujita.
This TV has been very popular since its launch and has appeared in many popular movies.
5. Teluria Candelabra
Swedish design studio NOTE design studio has launched a teluria candelabra.
A system of "Earth-Moon-Sun" motion as a reference.
The model visualizes the causes of night and day, solar and lunar eclipses and the phases of the moon.
Depending on the internal settings, the rotating position for different time periods
To increase the flame height of the candle.
The design of the candlestick itself is subtle and simple
In astronomy, the word "syzygy" stands for a triple conjunction of the Sun, the Earth and the Moon or other planets in a belt.
OS&OOS Design from the Netherlands combines this celestial phenomenon.
They designed a series of lamps with minimalist clocks and other pieces.
The color of the light changes with time.
The clock displays the time by rotating the disc.
The whole series is very simple and full of geometric liquidity
7. Moon, small armchair
Under different light, The material of the chair surface is reflected.
And will show different changes in height.
8. Traveling with the Moon
For an art exhibition in 1993.
Russian Artist Leonid Tishkov Creates a Glowing Moon
And began his own trip around the world with "Moon".
For nearly a decade afterwards, he photographed this moon in every place he visited at the time.
The artist says it's a moon all its own.
It's actually like the moon: wherever you are, late at night, alone, it's there.
Although this is just an ordinary lamp with a moon shape.
9. Grand Master
This one's a bit different.
An artist named DONOVAN has always been fascinated by steampunk. Weld some metal together to make a light or device.
The moon has always been his specialty.
For example, a clock called "Grand Master.
The clockwork has two special calibrations
Such as the time when the moon’s light reaches the earth, etc.
There is also a hand-painted moon as an indication of the hour hand
10. Moon clock
Haoshi from Taiwan has designed a moon wall clock.
With nocturnal animals, create your own quiet moments of reflection.
Adding fluorescents to the clock face
In the darkness, this wall clock glows like the moon, a soft light.