Winner of the Braun Prize 2009, the “Family of OLED lamps” by designer Johanna Schoemaker is a range of remote-controlled lamps that bloom and contract like natural flowers. Designed for her final thesis at the University of Wuppertal in Germany, the range of lamps makes use of OLED technology to produce diffuse light similar to the natural light from a thin surface instead of a pinpoint source. The lamps adapt to the needs to the varied users and allow different dynamic light programs. Controlling the ceiling lamp via a remote control with a user-friendly touchscreen interface, the lighting range apart from allowing a number of opening angles also facilitates different light directions. While on the other hand, the floor lamp is directed in an analogue way. Characterizing new lighting technology, thinness, lightness and transparency, the OLED lamps are not only energy efficient but also help in sustaining the environment.