Maki lamp by Nendo for Foscarini

January 15th, 2012 by retail design blog

A pendant lamp made simply by rolling up two steel sheets from the same form. Soft light spilling out from the cracks between the two sheets complements the stronger light emitting from the open mouth, as though light itself has been rolled. ‘Maki’ is the Japanese word for something that has been rolled.

Designed by Nendo
Manufactured by Foscarini







http://www.designbye.net/120

Manifold lamp by Ingo Maurer
Anodized aluminium in black. Five identical metal parts connected by flexibl...
Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – Targetti
Founded in 1928 with its headquarters in Florence, Italy, Targetti operates ...
"UK" table light by Mariam Ayvazyan
This cubical table lamp is printed on a 3D printer and presents a complex ge...
Mimosa collection by Aqua Creations
The shades are made from a laser cut, galvanized metal structure sprayed wit...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *