Akari UF4 Floor Lamp
33NProduction time: Upon request
Price € 1.995,00Production time: Upon request
Since 1951 Isamu Noguchi has been designing a series of handmade lamps using the traditional washi paper of the Japanese artisan tradition. Akari Lights Sculptures are an example of beauty declined in infinite variations of extreme taste and suggestion, weightless works capable of floating in their own light and unconventional forms. A small totem in reduced size is placed here on a three-footed base. The motif to rise in rice paper has the usual non-form shape, standing out for the softness of the nuances created thanks to the internal lighting. The variants include the UF4-L8, UF4-33N and UF4-L10 lamps.
W.47 x D.47 x H.190 cm
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Suggested versions (3)
L8 Akari UF4 Floor Lamp
33N Akari UF4 Floor Lamp
L10 Akari UF4 Floor Lamp
Swiss by birth, Vitra is a unique company in many ways. Unique in its home collections, light and colorful; unique in its office furnishings, which combine in a masterful implementation design and ergonomics; unique for the designer parterre that enriches its catalog. Among prestigious historical re-enactments and fruitful collaborations, Vitra has always had the ability to relive the past and project to the future. However, Vitra is unique above all for Rolf Fehlbaum's corporate address, where the company transcends the business to fulfill wider social and cultural functions: the creation of a unique project such as Vitra Campus and the annexed Vitra Design Museum is an example.Read more
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