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TAKE A WAY: A Portable Lamp Inspired by Railway Station Lanterns
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KAISHI is a brand new lighting company based in Spain who just launched a portable lamp called TAKE A WAY. Designer Hugo Tejada was inspired by the lanterns that used to be found in old railway stations and decided to reimagine them for modern times.

TAKE A WAY was given a youthful look to keep it fresh in hopes of it becoming an iconic design. The portable lamp can be used anywhere extra light is needed, free from the constraints of wires thanks to a long-life lithium battery.

The lamp is made out of aluminum for its durability and lightness, which can be appreciated when you’re carrying it around. It’s outfitted with adjustable LED technology allowing you to control the brightness as needed. The white aluminum exterior is topped off with either a gold or wood carrying handle for added functionality.

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