Created by Studio Mischo, the switch system L1 is a minimalistic light switch with two sockets for controlling up to three lights with the front touchpad panel. Since the light switches play a major role in influencing the aesthetics of a room, such minimalist and subtle light switches are perfect to blend with any interior style.
Using a touchpad, the switching and dimming functions are blend in a single, unobtrusive module. It features a push-to-open mechanism that hides the socket in the wall. The touchpad panel can be used with various gestures with a wider range of appliances.
On tapping the upper zone, the light is turned on and on swiping up the light can be dimmed. You can even adjust the color of the light by a circular motion, depending on your mood. The socket part appears by pressing the panel gently. The control is smart enough to recognize the difference between typing and pressing.
For attaching the socket at floor level, there is a variant with a wooden cover. A pure light switch version in two sizes is available for thin inner walls. The switch system L1 makes use of the wooden construction while allowing components to be used precisely and integrated seamlessly. It’s amazing how this single module includes switches, dimmers, and color controls in one.
Check out the video below to see how this light switch system works.
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