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Z-Bar Gen 4 lamp by Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng for Koncept

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A photograph of the Z-Bar Gen 4 floor lamp and three desk lamps

Dezeen Showroom: Z-Bar Gen 4 is a minimalist lamp with flexible joints that users can shape into angular silhouettes, designed by Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng for lighting brand Koncept.

Created as an improved version of the brand’s original Z-Bar lamp, Z-Bar Gen 4 has hidden joint mechanisms that have a greater range of movement.

When not in use, the flexible joints allow users to fold the lamp down into a slim stick to save space.

A photograph of the Z-Bar Gen 4 floor lamp in a living room
The Z-Bar Gen 4 has flexible joints that let the users shape the light themselves

Koncept created Z-Bar Gen 4 to have an improved quality of light compared to the earlier version. “The optics have been improved so that multiple, harsh shadows are avoided; instead the user gets soft, even shadows,” said the brand.

Z-Bar Gen 4, which is launching in 2022, comes in three sizes of desk lamp models and as a floor lamp.

A photograph of the Z-Bar Gen 4 floor lamp and three desk lamps
The lamp was designed to have an improved quality of light

Additional compatible accessories include a desk clamp, wall mount and alternative bases such as a wireless charging Qi base.

The Pro version of the lamp features a USB port and an occupancy sensor that helps reduce unnecessary power consumption. It also has an adjustable colour temperature that users can alter to suit their circadian rhythm.

Product: Z-Bar Gen 4
Designer: Kenneth Ng and Edmund Ng
Brand: Koncept
Contact: [email protected]

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