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Akari 9AD lamp

PRICE 555

Sizes: From 44cm x 44cm x 62cm

Delivery 6-8 week

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"Akari's light is like sunlight filtered through shoji paper. Thus, the hardness of electricity is transformed again into the light of our origin - the sun - thanks to the magic of paper, so that its warmth continues to fill our rooms at night. "(Isamu Noguchi)

From the year 1951, the American-Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi created the Akari Light Sculptures, more than 100 models in total made by hand in Shoij paper, table lamps, stand or ceiling. To designate these lamps, he chose the word "akari", a Japanese expression that means clarity and light and that also includes the concept of lightness.

The Akari Light Sculptures are part of the collection of the Vitra Design Museum.

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Vitra is a brand of contemporary furniture and accessories that develops intelligent, ergonomic and durable solutions of furniture for home, office and public spaces.
He manufactures 1957 exclusively Charles and Ray Eames furniture, which highlights a number of classic elements that remain current today.
Among them stand out the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman armchair and the mythical Eames Chair and the Aluminum ...

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Isamu Noguchi (1904 - 1988) was born in Los Angeles. He studied at the Columbia University and the Leonardo da Vinci Art School. He founded his first studio and in 1927 he obtained the Guggenheim scholarship. Later he becomes an assistant to Constantin Brancusi in Paris and presents his first exhibition in New York.
His life and work in different cultural fields is reflected in his artistic creativity. Isamu Noguchi has a universal talent creating sculptures, scenery ...

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Description

"Akari's light is like sunlight filtered through shoji paper. Thus, the hardness of electricity is transformed again into the light of our origin - the sun - thanks to the magic of paper, so that its warmth continues to fill our rooms at night. "(Isamu Noguchi)

From the year 1951, the American-Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi created the Akari Light Sculptures, more than 100 models in total made by hand in Shoij paper, table lamps, stand or ceiling. To designate these lamps, he chose the word "akari", a Japanese expression that means clarity and light and that also includes the concept of lightness.

The Akari Light Sculptures are part of the collection of the Vitra Design Museum.

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Dimensions X x 44 44 62 cm