This is more compact and easier to use than "3X". It is also recommended for use at the entrance or bedside!By using it in a Western-style room as well as a Japanese-style room, a modern impression is further accentuated. Also, it matches the interior of the Nordic system.
Born from the encounter between Isamu Noguchi and Gifu Lantern. "AKARI", a light sculpture consisting of Japanese paper and bamboo. The lighting sculpture named "AKARI" was created in 1952 from the encounter between Isamu Noguchi and Gifu lanterns, a traditional Gifu prefecture industry. The nature of Japanese paper that softly diffuses light and the rough and irregular stretching of bamboo skeleton, which is a framework, leaves the shrinkage and wrinkles of Washi paper as it is, not only as a fixture for lighting, but as a sculpture of light.The production attitude that sticks to the nature of the material is what is seen in traditional Japanese crafts, and the lightness and fragility of "AKARI" is also based on the aesthetic sense of ancient Japan. This work by Isamu Noguchi was immediately noticed around the world for beautifully recreating the beautiful crafts unique to Japan to the present age.
Widely used in homes and offices. Material : Washi (Japanese paper), Bamboo straw, Steel.Set contents : Shade Only, Stand (Leg) and LED bulb is not included. Manual & Menu Language : We handle Japanese Market Usage Items. So items may have only Japanese Manual & Menu Language. International Buyers - Please Note. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - the US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.
Please be aware that it may take more time than usual for your order to arrive. Don't miss any offers! The item "AKARI with ISAMU NOGUCHI Light Lamp Shade Washi Stand Light 1X SHADE ONLY" is in sale since Monday, September 14, 2020.This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Lamps, Lighting & Ceiling Fans\Lamps". The seller is "banzai_world" and is located in Nagoya. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.