Louis Poulsen’s OE Quasi Light is an impressive, large-scale light sculpture by the world-renowned Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson. Quasi Light consists of a dark aluminium frame and white polycarbonate reflectors that seem to be floating inside the frame. All the shapes are based on precise geometry: the outer layer is a 20-faced polyhedron, icosahedron, and the inner reflector is dodecahedron with 12 pentagonal faces. The 12 embedded LEDs of the frame and the reflector in the centre emit glare-free, spherical light and create a play of geometry that changes endlessly depending on the viewing angle.
”It could be from outer space or the bottom of the ocean,” Eliasson himself has described the Quasi Light. Eliasson’s aim was to create a luminaire which wouldn’t produce any waste and which people would want to keep forever. The aluminium used in the lamp is 90% recycled, and the other materials are entirely recyclable. Quasi Light is sure to catch the eye anywhere you hang it – above the dining table, in a spacious lobby or in the centre of the living room.
Quasi Light is available in two colour temperatures, 3000 K and a slightly warmer 2700 K, and either with a wireless Bluetooth dimmer or a DALI dimmer.