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Latitude Light 3D Printed 

The Latitude Light is a global product customised for specific locations. The lamp’s geometry can be automatically updated in a digital file so that the tilt of the photovoltaic panel changes according to latitude. 

5” x 5” x 5”

12.7cm x 12.7cm x 12.7cm

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By tilting the panel at different angles, the lamp’s capacity for electric power generation on an annual basis is optimized in its perpendicularity to the sun’s rays for different latitudes. The 3D-printed lamp needs to bathe in daylight for eight hours a day, with the PV panel facing the sky. Latitude Lights light up automatically at dark.


Formed by two elemental interlocking cubes, the lamp is based on the simple concept of receiving and giving light. It can function on an optimal level around the globe by adjusting its shape parametrically according to latitude. Latitude Light is the winner of the 2017 A’ Design Award. It is representative of nea studio’s focus on sustainable design, material research, and technological innovation.



Project Leader 

Nina Edwards Anker

Drafting and Assembly

Rafael Walther

Shahira Hammad

Production Manager

Yen-Chieh Chiu (Andrew)

Electrical Engineers

Dave Young, Young Circuits Designs

Michael Edwards, avioWorks



Mitchell Joachim

Bjoern Sandaker

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