A new lightweight, poetic, handcrafted project has emerged from the joint efforts of Italian designer Luca Nichetto and the multidisciplinary working group Nendo founded by Japanese architect Oki Sato - the new Kurage table lamp. In Japanese kurage means jellyfish and the lamp does in fact resemble a sea animal which dances through the seas cradled by a suffused light, obtained thanks to the use of the finest Japanese washi paper. The diffuser is then simply rested onto a transparent structure designed specifically to ensure it is shadow free. Kurage is made thanks to a very particular workmanship technique that is based on the manufacturing of 3D washi paper. Obtained from mulberry tree fibers, washi paper is both smooth and porous and filters the light creating a relaxing, cozy and emotional atmosphere. Four slender natural colored ashwood legs finish off the lamp together with a white ceramic lamp holder and an electric cable covered in a paper fiber sock.
|Materials||Washi paper and ashwood.|
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