Time & Style, 2020


Quality and lightness: Sekishu washi paper produced in Japan's Shimane Prefecture is used to make Lantern. Artisan crafting and a love for traditions are the guiding thread for the production of these lamps. Mulberry tree fibers, also from the bark, make the paper sturdy. Light filtering through the Sekishu washi paper envelops everything to create a delicate and refined atmosphere. Cozy and inviting, Lantern has a magnificant capability for setting a warm tone in any space.

  • Pendant lamp
  • Lampshade in in Japanese paper (washi) with steel wire
  • Accents in in natural lime wood
  • Hardware and supports in black, electrophoretic painted stainless steel
  • 39.4"dia 33.5"h
  • Also available as a floor lamp
  • Made in Japan