One, two, three lanterns that are lightweight yet brimming with seductive texture. Three different yet concurrently complementary shapes, balancing between the east and the west. A family of lamps that sheds its relaxing light in the most diverse settings, conveying the magic of rice paper or mulberry tree bark, the raw materials of traditional Japanese lanterns, in the precious physical appeal of blown and frosted glass. The horizontal lines which cut across the surface of the lamps give rise to a soft and charming décor and at the same time contribute to filtering the intensity of the light source, diffusing a full, warm and soft light into the room. The blown glass body – with its pleasantly plaster-like appearance – is suspended on a base consisting of three metal feet: a highly distinguishing trait, on which the lamp appears to be floating mid-air. They are perfect for use alone or in a harmonious composition of shapes; on a bedside table, a console and a table or even on the floor: for an area dedicated to relaxation or as meditation lamps, wisely lighting both the space we live in as well as our interior world.
|Materials||Diffuser shape in hand-blown glass made using a glass-blowing procedure without turning the glass in the mold (referred to as "stationary").
The striped effect is achieved using a mold with negative decorations which are repeated across the surface of the glass, which is subsequently ground manually "by belt" and which then undergoes immersion in acid in order to emphasize the plaster-like effect.
The diffuser rests on a die cast zinc alloy tripod coated with epoxy powder paint with a rough finish on the metal surface.
2440011 10 U, 2440011D 10 U
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