The Lampo's Origami Shape Allows the Light to be Packaged Completely Levelled

By: Misel Saban - Apr 19, 2016
References: kickstarter & designtaxi
The Lampo is an modern light fixture that takes inspiration from traditional origami paper folds to form a flat-pack lamp that is ideal for setting up and taking down. The lamp requires no tools to put together or pull apart, thanks to a collapsible paper design.

While many lamps and light sources tend to be static in shape and permanent in structure, the Lampo offers a transitional light that can easily be implemented into any space thanks to its compact shape and size. The light contains a spherical shade made entirely out of Washi paper imported from Japan. The shade is collapsible and expandable thanks to its intricate set of folds. The shade sits comfortably on a set of three wooden legs that can be assembled without the need for any added accessories.