Coral Reef LED Lamps by QisDesign

Almost every home has a lamp. It’s not because it’s a standard or an indispensable item, but because it’s both useful and beautiful as a decoration. It’s an item that people usually buy for the design and for the way it looks. All the lamps have almost the same functionality so the only thing that distinguishes them from the other ones is the aspect. We have a lamp that is definitely unique.

The Coral Reef lamp was designed by Taiwan-based studio QisDesign and it’s an LED lamp. There’s not a lot to say about the technical area because it’s no different than all the other LED lamps. The thing that makes this one unique is obviously the design. As the name suggests, the inspiration source was the ocean, more exactly the corals that lie on the bottom and that are always amazing. However, if I didn’t know the name of this lamp I would say it looks like a stylized mushroom, which is not an insult by any kind.

Regardless of what you make the analogy with, the lamp remains equally beautiful and graceful. There are actually two versions of the Coral Reef lamp. One is more simple and has a conic chrome base, the reason why it might look like a mushroom to some people. This one is a table lamp. The other is more complex and is also a floor lamp. Both of them have a very graceful silhouette and they would definitely look splendid in a modern home.



Published by in Lighting, on August 5th, 2011

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