MoMA Casagami Solar Nightlight | House, Loft or Townhouse
The charming MoMA Casagami Solar Nightlight is such an obvious way to introduce children to solar energy and educate them in a fun way how renewable energy can be used as a power source for our homes.
At first, the house has to be constructed from pre-cut recycled blank white paperboard. It can be left undecorated as a minimalist object, or it can be personalized with coloured pens, and little bits and pieces can be added on. Then the adhesive solar panel has to be installed onto the roof like with a real house.
During the day the panel will harness and store the sun’s energy, enough for up to five hours of low dimmed LED light after dark.
If you get more than one kit, you can build a small village. Your kids will love to go to bed at night only to see the little house(s) and of course for the bedtime stories.
Specifications MoMA Casagami Solar Nightlight
- Easy to assemble due to pre-cut paperboard
- No glue required
- A day charging (on a sunny windowsill) for up to 5 hours LED lighting
- Not suitable for children under 36 months
- Recommended age 8+
- © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art
- This item is final sale and not returnable
- Styles: House, Loft or Townhouse
Marc Lebas - Litogami
Made in France