StudioKnob Click Light Interactive Lighting
Click Light Interactive Lighting is Golden Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Lighting Products and Fixtures Design Award Category.
Click Light Interactive Lighting

The Click Light introduces a unique element of personalization and interaction into the interior lighting design. One can connect any number of shelf units and let the lighting ropes stretch, drop, tie and twist in endless combinations, creating unique and dynamic individual spaces. The Click Light enables a direct interaction and feel with the user, amplifying the experience and the personal connection. Usually, the designer enjoys all the fun from creating a piece and testing different variations, with the Click Light’s new magnetic mechanism, the creative process shifts to the user.

Click Light Interactive Lighting
StudioKnob Click Light
StudioKnob Interactive Lighting
StudioKnob design
StudioKnob design

StudioKnob was born out of our joint lives. A ‘knob’ is the small detail that affects the larger whole, a peephole, a door that opens into our home and our life, a way of sharing our design vision with the world. Since 2015 we have been creating out-of-the-box furniture, lighting and artifacts for interior design. Every item in the catalogue represents a fulfillment of a new ideas based on the needs of the client and the project. We love challenges and wild dreams and we make them real. Our manufacturing is localized, environmentally responsible, with the highest level of finishing, and with deep thought paid to every detail.


StudioKnob was founded by Adi Azar, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design and Yotam Shifroni, a graduate of the Holon Institute of Technology. StudioKnob’s creations range from unique one off items, small series and custom made pieces. Each of our artifacts tells a unique story thus revealing the fine line between art and design. The name "StudioKnob" is derived from the qualities which a knob adds to an object; it’s a handle, a button and a tool that adjusts and tunes. It is the small detail that affects the larger whole. When bringing a piece to life we wish to shed a new light on the world that surrounds us; objects, narratives, traditional crafts and cultural phenomenon. We wish to push forward into new frontiers, explore ever more ambitious ideas and find out where they can take us.