Simple yet enchanting – this in a nutshell defines the aptly christened ‘Well’, a light design inspired by the bucolic installations of water wells. Created by MEJD studio, the lighting contraption comprises of bulbs that can be suspended into a glass container – much like buckets being submerged into wells via pulley systems.
The ‘pulley system’ in this case consists of a wire that connects the bulb with an electric source, while it is rolled along a wooden handle at the top. In essence, when you rotate this handle, the activated bulb gets lowered into the ‘well’ made of ethereal, transparent glass.
There are two variants to the Well light, with one exhibiting a sanded matte finish at the lower half. So, when the light source gets lowered to this level, the illumination becomes more diffused with an affable glow that is perfect for those rustic decors. The other variant boasts of a gradient blue hue along its lower half – which completely changes the tint of light to a darkish ambit. We would presume that this sort of illumination is tailored to themed decor, like that of Halloween.
In any case, we surely are enticed by the facile design scope of the Well light; not just because of its physical novelty, but also due to the aesthetic wonder that the lighting contraption brings to the decoration fray (all by itself).