qisdesign: coral reef light
‘coral reef table light’ by q is design
the ‘coral reef light’, created by tawain-based design studio qisdesign (‘q is design’), is an LED lamp with an organic-like form, designed in collaboration with taiwan’s national museum of marine biology and aquarium.
the design is produced as a silver-coloured table lamp, standing 465mm (18.3 inches) tall, and a metallic floor lamp standing 1618mm (5.3 feet), both composed of aluminum alloys and polycarbonate. the floor lamp features three petals, each independently activated by swiveling, while the table lamp has a single adjustable layer and is activated by a touch dimmer on the stand.
the lamp head on the table lamp model is adjustable
full view of table lamp in use
view of the ‘coral reef’ table lamp (left) and floor lamp (right) models
detail view of the layers on the ‘coral reef floor light’
additional perspective on the ‘coral reef floor light’ petals
video of photo documentation of the production process behind ‘coral reef light’
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