Möja Table Lamp
Designed by Leonard Kadid
Allowing the user to create their own unqiue flare has always entertained designers for generations. Providing a product that can be manipulated to their own requirements, providing a level of intrigue and ownership. Paris based designer Leonard Kadid has created a product that allows the user full 360 degree ownership through the minimal table lamp Möja. This table lamp has been made by the process of integrating four magnets into a fibre reinforced concrete body. The lamp has been made from only two elements, the base and the top, which houses the LED module. The four magnets allow the user to manipulate the configuration of the lamp to any desirable shape or configuration. The name Möja comes from the island of the Stockholm archipelago where monolithic rocks sit proudly shaped by constant erosion.
Leonard Kadid also designed the Piraeus Chair.