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This Insane Portable Light Opens Like A Book

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    Design Milk, an online magazine dedicated to modern design, offers up a unique perspective on everything from architecture and interior design to furniture and technology. With columns ranging from brick-and-mortar deep-dives to the craziest outdoor living spaces, Design Milk is brimming with design finds from around the world. Drink up!
    Design Milk, an online magazine dedicated to modern design, offers up a unique perspective on everything from architecture and interior design to furniture, and technology. With columns ranging from brick-and-mortar deep-dives to the craziest outdoor living spaces, Design Milk is brimming with design finds from around the world. Drink up!

    While Lumio looks like a bound book at first glance, you’ll realize as soon as you begin to open it up that the “pages” don’t contain words. The wooden cover holds the “pages” that are made from sturdy Tyvek material that expands and emits a warm, diffused light. The small, lightweight design makes it perfect to tote anywhere so that when you’re in need of some extra light, simply open it up, and boom, light.

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