Lampshade: washi paper and bamboo ribbing
Structure: metal frame
Legs: painted steel wire
Dimensions: H: 43 cm, W: 26 cm, D: 26 cm
Handmade in Japan
*Lightbulb not included
Akari 1AY Isamu Noguchi
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Akari 1AY from Isamu Noguchi. The Akari light sculptures were designed by Noguchi in 1951. The lamp is created from handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame. Handmade by the original manufacturer in Gifu, Japan, the paper lanterns are a harmonious blend of Japanese handcraft and modernist form.
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DK (Self-Collect): DKK 30 Within 1-2 working days DK (Home-Delivery): DKK 50 Within 1-2 working days DK, CPH (By Expressen): DKK 60 Same-Day Delivery (Orders before 11AM) Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
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About the brand
In 1951 the Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) began to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a group of works handcrafted out of shoji paper that eventually comprised over 100 luminaires – table, floor and ceiling lamps. He chose the name ‘akari’ for these objects, a word that means ‘light’ in Japanese, connoting both illumination and physical lightness. Each luminaire is meticulously crafted by hand in the Ozeki workshop, a traditional family-run company based in Gifu, Japan