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Stasis

Stasis light produces 3 different intensities of light depending on how you interact with it.

 

Stasis, which is powered by a rechargeable battery, has 3 different series of LEDs which are activated in correlation with the user interaction and its 4 different facets. The softest light is emitted when Stasis is reclined, allowing the light to have an ambient effect in a space. When Stasis is in a vertical position, bright white light is produced, providing adequate light for several tasks commonly performed in a work space. The opaque screen solves any issue regarding the bright light being in direct view.


To receive the brightest light intensity, Stasis must be placed on the largest, downward facing facet. Intense white light is then projected downward onto the surface, at an angle so as not to interfere with the user. 
To rest Stasis and deactivate the light, it is simply laid back onto its fourth cork facet. In this position all light is switched off and charging can take place.

Stasis desk lamp two
Stasis desk lamp two
The lamp at its softest intensity
The lamp at its softest intensity
Stasis desk lamp at its brightest
Stasis desk lamp at its brightest
Stasis desk lamp on its front facet, which is the brightest
Stasis desk lamp on its front facet, which is the brightest
Stasis desk lamp three
Stasis desk lamp three
Cork inlay provides a suitable table surface
Cork inlay provides a suitable table surface
Stasis desk lamp
Stasis desk lamp
Stasis at its median intensity
Stasis at its median intensity
Cork inlay detail
Cork inlay detail
Concept sketches
Concept sketches
An early working model
An early working model
Explanation of the early model
Explanation of the early model
some sketch modeling
some sketch modeling
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