A hand-cut crystalline lamp
that casts a spell on the night

Xtal

Xtal

The crystalline form of this cordless table lamp—each one immaculately cut by master craftsmen—refracts the light in magical ways, producing an ethereal tapestry of light the moment the lamp is switched on. Each of the three models produces an entirely different light show.

Elegant light produced by
a finely crafted glass shade

Master artisans have hand-cut and polished every surface of the Xtal’s crystal glass shade. It is this superior level of craftsmanship that allows the lamp to produce its signature tapestry of light—an ethereal radial flare—and icy glimmer.

Scattered rays of light,
beautifully illuminating a space

The light emitted by the Xtal is beautifully refracted in every direction, thanks to the incorporation of a double-sided LED and a metal reflector that has been polished to a mirror-like finish—both developed by Ambientec.

Adding an enchanting glimmer
anywhere you go

The brightness of the Xtal can be adjusted to one of four levels, allowing it to provide a light that suits the space—and since the lamp is cordless and compact, it can also be positioned anywhere. With IPX6 water resistance,* the Xtal can even enhance a soak in the bath or a rainy night on the balcony.
 
* Water projected in powerful jets against the enclosure from any direction has no harmful effects.

Xtal

A beautiful form resembling
a sophisticated tumbler glass.

Xtal Acrux

A rich complexion,
like that of a cut diamond.

Xtal Becrux

Elegantly crafted,
with grooves that spiral up the shade.

Xtal Acrux / Dark Gray

This is a tie-up product
with Cassina ixc.

Designer

Ryuichi Kozeki

RYUICHI KOZEKI carries out a wide variety of activities, from product design to spatial and graphics, overseeing projects from a multilateral perspective and also handling brand direction by covering those wide-ranging activities. This involves taking an approach that scrutinizes the balance between the realistic parts like material and technique, and the parts that influence sensitivity like impression and atmosphere, understanding the context, and at times renewal. After graduating from the Department of Design at Tama Art University, KOZEKI was apprenticed to Toshiyuki Kita. He opened his own design studio RKDS in 2011 and has received a number of awards, including the iF Design Award, Good Design Award Special Award and Best 100.