Lift light by Mario Tsai Studio

The modernization of traditional Chinese “lifting sedan”

Project Specs


非常感谢 蔡烈超工作室 予gooood分享以下内容。更多关于他们请至:Mario Tsai Studio on gooood 。Appreciation towards Mario Tsai Studio for providing the following description:

抬灯系列是蔡烈超工作室为设计品牌 mx object 设计的一款可延展式的模块化灯具系统,它不仅能通过模块组合的方式适应不同尺度空间的需求,而且也对灯具形态概念的做了全新的尝试。

Lift light is a malleable modular lighting system designed by Mario Tsai Studio for Chinese design brand mx object, it can not only meet the needs of different scale spaces through the combination of modules, but also make a new attempt on the concept of the shape of the lights.

▼抬灯整体,Lift light


Different from people’s conventional cognition of chandeliers and floor lamps in life, Lift light interprets the new form of the lamp in an unconventional way. Inspired by the traditional Chinese “lifting sedan” , the two thin metal rods are used to “lift” the bulb to create a sense of ritual for the light, and the bulb can move freely on the two rods.

▼灯头和灯泡可以自由移动,bulb can move freely

▼两根金属杆“抬”住灯泡,two thin metal rods are used to “lift” the bulb

“抬灯”作为一个单元模数化的灯具系统可以无限延长,每一个单元的长度是 60 厘米,消费者可以自己的需求来购买相应长度 60X 厘米。“抬灯”存在两种不同的结构形式,落地灯和吊灯。落地灯利用底座的重力的因素拉扯柔软的电线来构建横平竖直的线条框架,而吊灯通过球的重力把电线拉直。

Lift light as a unit modular light system can be extended indefinitely, each unit is 60 cm in length, consumers can purchase the corresponding length 60X cm for their own needs. There are two different forms of “lifting lights”, floor lamps and chandeliers. Floor lamp uses the gravity of the base to pull the soft wires to create a horizontal and vertical line frame, while the chandelier straightens the wire by the weight of the heavy metal ball.

▼落地款,floor lamps

▼吊灯款, chandeliers

▼60cm为一个单元模数,60cm modular unit

consumers can purchase the corresponding length 60X cm for their own needs


Each group of light units can be disassembled for ultimate flat packaging.

▼可拆解的模块单元,disassembled modular unit

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