Paper Foresti Pendant Lamp
The lamp is made from 'air clean paper' leaf cut outs which create a contrast of light with compact fluorescent lamps, which are used as the light source.
The leaf cut outs overlap each other creating various shades of shadows on the walls.
'Air clean paper' is a material which cleans the air like natural plants do. Similar to Photosynthesis, this chemical reaction is called 'Photocatalyst' and it is activated by weak ultraviolet rays from fluorescent light bulbs.
Photocatalytic reactions are used to help nature as it cleans and purifies the environment using light as energy.
This lamp is best suited in a simply set room.
Material: Steel, Glass, Japanese air clean paper
Shade Size: 490mm, H530mm
Full height from ceiling: 650mm (min) to 1000mm (max)
Bulb: US E-26 or European E-27 / fluorescent bulb 21watt max (not included)
* Cable (clear) and socket are included
* Some assembly required.
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|Materials||Air clean paper, Steel, lass|
|Dimensions||49 x 49 x 53 cm|
DI CLASSE is Japanese design company and an interior brand, opened in 1990 by Domei Endo. Since 1994 the company has released its original products.
Domei thinks lighting is something more than just illuminating. He particular focused on the colour of light. Foresti lamps represent dappled light through leaves which create kaleidoscopic shadows. He tries to recreate the phenomenon seen in nature that offers therapeutic healing.
‘Bring nature indoors’ – his design philosophy has been well accepted. Furthermore, DI CLASSE emphasised environment and society. Domei has taken up the role of an adviser to reconsider local resources and the potentiality to regenerate local society by fusing design and production.
DI CLASSE was established in Japan and our products are now seen over 2,000 shops. The company has showrooms in Tokyo and in Osaka. As a response to the growing international demand, DI CLASSE has started exporting worldwide and DI CLASSE London was opened in 2010.
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