Akari 10A Floor Lamp
The Akari 10A Floor Lamp belongs to the Akari light sculptures, created in 1951 by the American Japanese musician as well as developer Isamu Noguchi. He chose the name ‘Akari’ for these items, a word that implies ‘light’ in Japanese, connoting both illumination and physical agility. The inspiration for the design of his lights comes from a see to the Japanese angling village of Gifu, where Noguchi viewed the anglers at work. They do not just make use of experienced cormorants for the hunt but additionally lanterns to draw in fish. These lanterns had actually ribs made of bamboo, which were covered with great paper. He took the layout of this traditional lights for the event to produce light sculptures constructed from wood as well as paper on his own. For the 10A Floor Light, the developer uses paper of the mulberry tree, due to the fact that it softens the light, making it mild and also spreads it equally.
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Akari 10A Floor Lamp Dimension
- Dimension: Dia 45cm x H 120cm/ ∅ 17.7 ″ x H 47.2 ″
- Dimension: Dia 26cm x H 43cm/ ∅ 10.2 ″ x H 16.9 ″
Akari 10A Flooring Light Information