A home decor collage from March 2014

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  • Vitra Akari 1A by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word 'akari', the Japanese term for brightness and light, and also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of Shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night" (Isamu Noguchi). There are lots of different Akari Light Sculptures in various shapes and sizes, please call us for information on the full range. Dimensions: H43 x W25 x D26cm.
  • Vitra Akari 1AD by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word 'akari', the Japanese term for brightness and light, and also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of Shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night" (Isamu Noguchi). There are lots of different Akari Light Sculptures in various shapes and sizes, please call us for information on the full range. Dimensions: H43 x W26 x D26cm.
  • Vitra Akari 1AG by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word 'akari', the Japanese term for brightness and light, and also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of Shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night" (Isamu Noguchi). There are lots of different Akari Light Sculptures in various shapes and sizes, please call us for information on the full range. Dimensions: H43 x W26 x D26cm.
  • Vitra - Akari Table Lamp 1A
    connox.com
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of more than 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models of table lights, standard lamps or ceiling lamps emerged. He chose the word "akari" as name for this lamps collection, the Japanese denomination for brightness and light, and also weightlessness. Collection Vitra Design Museum. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun - so that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night." (Isamu Noguchi) Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Vitra - Akari Standard Lamp BB3-33S
    connox.com
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word "akari", the Japanese terms for brightness and light, and also lightness. Collection Vitra Design Museum. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun - so that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night." (Isamu Noguchi) Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Vitra Akari 10A Floor Lamp by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. The Japanese word "akari" means brightness and light, but also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed. through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin – the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night". (Isamu Noguchi) Materials: Lampshade: shoji paper, partly painted. Individual ends of wood/bamboo Structure: bamboo/steel wire Feet: painted steel wire Dimensions: H1230 x W530 x D530cm
  • Akari 1 AY Table Lamp
    conranshop.co.uk
    Designed in the 1950s by Isamu Noguchi, the Akari paper lamp series is considered an icon of mid-century design. Handmade for over 50 years by the original manufacturer in Gifu, Japan, each lamp blends Japanese craftsmanship with elegant contemporary design. The lamps are created from handmade Shoji paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame. Each lamp is stamped with Noguchi's signature. The Akari lights take one maximum 40W E27/230V bulb (not included). Dimension: 26cm (w) x 43cm (h) x 26cm (d)
  • Vitra - Akari 50EN Pendant Lamp
    connox.com
    The pendant lamp Akari 50EN is one of the Akari light sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. The round lamp with the soft light consists of the fine Shoji paper. The name Akari is, fitting to its design, the Japanese expression for brightness and light, which also includes airiness. From 1951 the Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi designed the Akari light sculptures, more than 100 handmade shoji paper models at a total, as table, stand or ceiling lamps. "The light from an Akari lamp is like sunlight that is filtered through the shoji paper. The magic of the paper converts the cold electricity back to eternal sunlight. For the warmth also persists through the night filling our rooms” (Isamu Noguchi). Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Vitra Akari 3A by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. The Japanese word "akari" means brightness and light, but also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed. through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin – the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night". (Isamu Noguchi) Materials: Lampshade: shoji paper, partly painted. Individual ends of wood/bamboo Structure: bamboo/steel wire Feet: painted steel wire Dimensions: H560 x W280 x D280cm
  • Vitra - Akari 45A Pendant Lamp
    connox.com
    The pendant lamp Akari 45A is one of the Akari light sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. The filigree lamp with soft light consists of shoji paper. The name Akari is, the Japanese expression for brightness and light, which also includes airiness. From 1951 the Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi designed the Akari light sculptures, more than 100 handmade shoji paper models at a total, as table, stand or ceiling lamps. "The light from an Akari lamp is like sunlight that is filtered through the shoji paper. The magic of the paper converts the cold electricity back to eternal sunlight. For the warmth also persists through the night filling our rooms” (Isamu Noguchi) Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
  • Vitra Akari 14A Floor Lamp by Isamu Noguchi
    hauslondon.com
    In 1951, Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. The Japanese word "akari" means brightness and light, but also lightness. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed. through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin – the sun. So that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night". (Isamu Noguchi) Materials: Lampshade: shoji paper, partly painted. Individual ends of wood/bamboo Structure: bamboo/steel wire Feet: painted steel wire Dimensions: H1580 x W510 x D510cm
  • Akari 45A Pendant Light
    conranshop.co.uk
    Designed in the 1950s by Isamu Noguchi, the Akari paper lamp series is considered an icon of mid-century design. Handmade for over 50 years by the original manufacturer in Gifu, Japan, each lamp blends Japanese craftsmanship with elegant contemporary design. The lamps are created from handmade Shoji paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame. Each lamp is stamped with Noguchi's signature. The Akari lights take one maximum 60W E27/230V bulb (not included). Dimension: 45cm (h) x 45cm (d)
  • Vitra - Akari UF2-33N Table Lamp
    connox.com
    The table lamp Akari UF2-33N is one of the Akari light sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. The filigree lamp with the round design produces a soft light that permeates through a screen of fine Shoji paper. The name Akari is, fitting the Akari table lamp design, the Japanese expression for brightness and light, which also includes airiness. From 1951 the Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi designed the Akari light sculptures, more than 100 handmade shoji paper models at a total, as table, stand or ceiling lamps. "The light from an Akari lamp is like sunlight that is filtered through the shoji paper. The magic of the paper converts the cold electricity back to eternal sunlight. For the warmth also persists through the night filling our rooms” (Isamu Noguchi) Bitte beachten Sie unsere Informationen zur Entsorgung.
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