Koncept Lighting LED Lamps: Contemporary Design Meets Super Adjustability

Using LED lighting technology paired with sleek design and feather-light adjustability, Koncept fixtures, available at Lightology, are used in trend-setting interior designs and have earned recognition for excellence in both design and energy efficiency.

The Equo LED Desk Lamp

The Equo™ desk and floor lamps use a counterweight design that requires only one finger to adjust its position. The special neck joint maintains the head’s tilt as the arm swings up or down, while brightness is controlled by sliding or touching a finger along the touchstrip. To date, it has earned 10 awards, including the coveted Red Dot Award for design excellence in 2011.

The Z-Bar is available in a variety of versions.

The Koncept Lighting flagship series, Z-Bar™, is super-adjustable, with a three-bar design that can spin in its socket, sweep side to side and rotate around the end of the arm to point in any direction. Various versions of the Z-bar are featured in the Chicago Museum of Sciences Smart Home, numerous movies and TV shows and at McDonalds headquarters in Australia. The Z-bar has also earned recognition from publications such as the International Design Magazine and Time Magazine.

The Mosso LED Desk Lamp.

The Mosso™ Desk Lamp features the latest in LEDs and an LED head that not only swivels up and down, but also twirls a full 360 degrees, making it super easy to bring energy efficient, dimmable, natural looking light right wherever it’s needed.

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One response to “Koncept Lighting LED Lamps: Contemporary Design Meets Super Adjustability

  1. I am a big fan of the new design possibilities of LED lighting!

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