qisdesign: BE light
 
qisdesign: BE light
jul 21, 2011

qisdesign: BE light

‘BE light’ by qisdesign

taiwanese company qisdesign has produced ‘BE light’: drawing from the art of paper folding, this LED desk lamp features hinges that allow it to collapse into a two-dimensional form. the carefully engineered light is adjustable, with a counterweight designed to remain firm while the flexible arm extends to accommodate various scenarios. made of aluminum alloy, it is lightweight, yet sturdy.

when not in use, it can simply be folded down flat to a height of 1.8 cm, taking up a small surface area and lending an understated appearance. ‘BE light’ also adopts light guide technology, which distributes illumination evenly and eliminates glare.

qisdesign: BE light demonstrating range of motion

qisdesign: BE lightview of underside

qisdesign: BE light in use

qisdesign: BE light folded

qisdesign: BE light

qisdesign: BE light aerial view

qisdesign: BE light

  • “Less is More”. Thank you Dieter.

    [email protected]
  • N[url=http://www.itavoli.com]i[/url]ce and slim lamp

    Buk
  • looks awesome , nice

    spe
  • yep, Porsche is what jumped to my mind as well (how about that for “branding”) – someone beat them to the punch this time

    anyhow… nice job

    dbkii
  • its simple but interesting in the way it moves especially from a high angle.

    tbrady14
  • seems like porsche design, agree.
    nice lamp

    mikhail belyaev
  • my first thought was more porsche design than apple. but the round hinge isn’t very porsche design.

    supremous
  • NICE simple, linear design…minimalism at its BEST.

    STARTISTE
  • apple-ish.

    Jabajuba

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