The Knapstein LANA floor lamp can emit light upwards and downwards simultaneously. The uplight and downlight can be switched and dimmed separately by gesture control. The ring-shaped reflector of the lamp can be tilted by 180 degrees, allowing the light to be redirected again and again. The sensor area for gesture control is located is located on the front and back of the lamp rod. With a wiping hand movement, the light can be switched on or off upwards or downwards. To dim the light, the hand is held in the sensor area until the desired light intensity is reached. The last light intensity set is saved via the memory function and automatically selected again the next time the light is switched on. In the case of a mains failure, the lamp is automatically switched on if it was previously on. It remains switched off if it was also switched off before the mains failure. This function is suitable for use with switchable sockets.
The LANA from Knapstein is available in matt nickel, effect bronze and black. The floor lamp is 187 cm high and is operated with two integrated LEDs.