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These Lovely Light Switches Look Like Your Laptop Keyboard

From Italian industrial design house PLH comes a beautiful light switch that looks like it was cut from your MacBook. Gorgeous and minimalist, they replace traditional 502 switch plates with a silver boxes fitted with simple black keys. Each aluminium piece has a different number of buttons to control the lighting system. The only downside? It seems to be a custom job. We couldn’t find a pla.
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