A new and emerging Spanish lighting company, KAISHI, debuted the new 'TAKE A WAY' portable lamps. Designer Hugo Tejada drew inspiration from old railway stations and the lighting fixtures that illuminated the area and re-imagined the lights with a more contemporary approach. The refreshing design takes the form of a cylindrical shape, held with a handle.
The TAKE A WAY has a youthful aesthetic so it can be a functional timeless piece for various settings. The portable lighting system is wireless and powered by a long-life lithium battery. It is crafted from aluminum so it is lightweight and sturdy when travelling. The light source comes from an adjustable LED system to control the brightness.
There is an option for either a golden handle or a wooden handle to carry the white aluminum light.
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KAISHI Designed Portable Lamps Entitled the 'TAKE A WAY'
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