Designer Francisco Gomez Paz discovered that the traditional oil lamp of the last century is very interesting, but we can not easy to find or buy it on the market.
To remember this practical product, He designed a lantern-shaped table lamp named Candela.
Candela can be regarded as the upgrading of traditional oil lamp, which uses aluminum canned bioethanol as fuel, and its wick is made of ceramic fiber. After turnned on, Candela looks like a small lantern.
In addition, the heat emitted by the lamp can be converted into electricity stored in the battery, and charging your cell phone via the USB interface.
Designer: Francisco Gomez Paz