The Quadra Lamp Comprises a Pair of Parallel Panels as Base and Shade

 - Mar 11, 2014
The Quadra Lamp can certainly be described as minimalist, both through its appearance and its manufacturing. The simple industrial illuminator comprises two sides that connect together and just one single sheet of metal was used make it.

Using laser-cutting technology, a panel was sectioned into two rectangles with an adjoining strip between them. A fold was made along the edge of each of the shapes for 90-degree creases that enable the desk lamp to stand up with stability. Sufficient spacing between the sides of the Quadra Lamp is ample enough to fit a lightbulb. This also means that the table lamp can be oriented on its short end to emit vertical beams; alternatively, it sits flat and radiates horizontally.