A floor lamp that transforms the corner of a room into a lighting component
Japanese traditional andon paper lantern style floor lamps are often placed in the corner of a room to softly illuminate the atmosphere. This floor lamp piece was designed by developing the details of this concept. By removing the shades from two sides of the floor lamp and placing it directly in a corner of a room to replace the missing sides with the walls of the room, a new relationship between a light fixture and an atmosphere transpired, one that allows them to complement each other.
In lighting up this floor lamp, the corner disappears from a room and re-emerges as a soft glowing paired with geometric symmetry in a rectangular parallel shape. This piece of light fixture, which gives the impression of being mounted on the corner of a room, is named cuvoid, after the cuboid shaped light that it creates, combined with the term void, which means empty space.