The K-Ray Lamp Encases its Components Within Framed Voids

 - Jan 30, 2014
References: eugeniquitllet & yankodesign
It isn't as if there is a strictly conventional form for a table lamp to take, but the K-Ray Lamp certainly deviates from just about any that you have seen before. You won't observe a separate stand, a lampshade and a light source; instead, each of these elements are merged together in a remarkably modern composition.

Eugeni Quitllet's light fixture comprises a subtly irregular four-sided frame with tubes and a flaring funnel shape contained within it. These inner features connect and conceal the K-Ray Lamp's electrical cord and its embedded lightbulb. The abstract illuminating sculpture embodies a fixed form in black or white polycarbonate that makes the angle of its beams inflexible. The object has a formal pride about it that makes it the focus of any room.