Formakami Pendant JH3

In the Formakami series Jaime Hayon created a collection of paper lanterns all in white, each one featuring a unique shape and size. Dating back centuries, paper lanterns have featured in Asia amongst the privileged and the poor, where different colors, shapes and sizes connote different meanings.

"Lamps play such an important role in people's lives," explains Hayon. "For some cultures, they chase away the darkness by bringing hope. I've tried to keep this emotional angle about light—in a lamp that also appears light. By making the bottom part of the lamp open, the idea is to bring even more illumination to people everywhere in the world."

View the full Formakami Collection.

The Formakami Pendant is handmade from ivory white rice paper and black stained oak, with 158" fabric cord. Canopy included; the bulbs are not included.

Clean with a soft, dry cloth. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning. Indoor use only.

Measures: 17.7" Diameter x 25.6" H; E27 bulb, 60 Watt Maximum (2 bulbs required—not included)

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