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Designed by Hulger in collaboration with designer Sam Wilkinson, Plumen is the world's first low energy light bulb that stands out with an edgy design. Because traditional compact fluorescent lights can be quite boring and unattractive, Plumen brings sculptural, curvy lines that can change any environment.
The name comes from "plume", the light bird feather that attracts attention, perfect for a piece with such a captivating and unusual appearance. But it's not just a product with a good design. With an efficient energy use, it spends 80% less power and lasts 8 times longer than the traditional incandescent bulb.
Plumen has been seen at the very prestigious permanent collection at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York and at the Victoria and Albert museum in London, but it's also spreading across shops and offices all over. So, next time you see yourself somewhere, flabbergasted, staring at a lamp, it might just be because of Plumen.