The Ipan Lamp Can Be Bunched with Others for a Striking Optical Impression

 - Feb 28, 2014
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While the majority of light fixtures tend to be designed as independent objects, the Ipan Lamp is charming on its own, but it looks even more wonderful when clustered with others. Maria Kim and Agustin Garcia decided on a tetrahedron form with inspiration from Chinese puzzle pieces known as tangrams.

Finished in soft colors of cream, gray, blue, purple and yellow, the lampshades dangle from cords that can be braided or twisted together with adjacent fixtures. The result of bunching the pyramidal pendants together creates exaggerated flaring forms with intriguing triangular patterns around the bottom. The more Ipan Lamps that you install together, the more pronounced their presence and the more intense the illumination. The Ipan Lamp is ideal for contemporary spaces that could use a bit of playful detail.